About Perea Preschool

OUR MISSION

The faculty and staff of Perea strive to provide an active learning environment where children become self-confident, creative and socially well-adjusted. This environment prepares children for academic success through readiness, health and safety and spiritual awareness.

Perea utilizes a whole-person approach to child development that recognizes the important role that family and environment play. Each child is seen as an individual, and that individuality is embraced and encouraged.

OUR HISTORY

Perea Preschool opened in July of 1999 for 48 three-year-olds on the campus of Caldwell Elementary School in Memphis and today enrolls 160 three and four-year-olds inside of Klondike Elementary School.

Our goal at the time was to ensure that all Perea graduates left with the necessary academic and social skills for success in school.  That vision has remained unchanged, and has been strengthened through the years by the addition of support services and numerous community partners.

ENROLL YOUR CHILD

Perea is a two-year program. Admission is on a first come, first serve basis. Perea Preschool does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin.

To enroll at Perea Preschool, a parent/legal guardian must place their child on our waiting list by calling 901-726-4300 and providing their child’s name, date of birth, contact information, and zip code. The child is placed on the waiting list according to the time and date of this call. Families will be contacted in March to register their child for the upcoming school year. If spaces open up during the school year, eligible children on the waiting list will be contacted to enroll in our program.

We welcome tours of our school in action! Please contact us to schedule one.

Perea Preschool
A Ministry of Church Health

1250 Vollintine Ave.
Memphis, TN 38107
901-726-4300 (Office)
901-726-4303 (Fax)

Perea Preschool

Perea Preschool provides an active learning environment where children become self-confident, creative and socially well-adjusted. This environment prepares children for academic success through readiness, health and safety, and spiritual awareness.

Church Health

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