About the EBPC Preschool
A child's preschool years are very important to his/her development and we are honored to be a part of that growth. At EBPC, we strive to nurture a child's early childhood experience by providing a Christian environment that enhances learning and promotes the development of the whole child.
To that end, we offer many opportunities to prepare your child both socially and academically for kindergarten. Your child will have the opportunity to participate in chapel, art, music, learning centers, physical activity, quiet time, and free play time.
EBPC preschool opened in 1999, and we have been awarded three stars (highest rating available) by the State of Tennessee for excellence in childcare every year since our program began.
We believe every child should have the opportunity to learn in a safe environment. Therefore, EBPC preschool is a Peanut and Tree Nut Free school. We are also very accommodating for other allergies.
The best way to learn more about EBPC is to visit us. Please call:
Days and Times
We provide small classes for children age two to five, with the cut-off date of August 15, which is the same for all Williamson County schools. Our school day runs from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. We offer three options for preschool:
- Monday, Wednesday, Friday
- Tuesday and Thursday
- Monday through Friday
We follow the Williamson County Schools calendar for holidays, delays, and in-service days. Our calendar for the year can be found here.
Our teaching practices are guided by the developmental needs of each child (including social, cognitive, moral, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs). This environment places a high value on the child as an individual, while promoting the social skills necessary to flourish in a community of mutual respect.
We use the curriculum Handwriting Without Tears in all of our classes. It has won the Distinguished Achievement Award for best children’s curriculum as well as a Teacher’s Choice award from Learning Magazine. HWT is a simple, developmentally based curriculum for writing readiness. The multi-sensory lessons teach to all learning styles- visual, auditory, tactile and kinesthetic. It is also a comprehensive curriculum, covering science, reading and math. And best of all, it has the children up and out of their seats, counting, dancing and singing!