Immanuel Preschool of Shillington, a ministry of Immanuel United Church of Christ (“IUCC”), is dedicated to enriching every child’s personal growth and development in an atmosphere of love and acceptance. Established in 1985, we are a creative and developmentally appropriate early childhood program serving children ages 2-5.

Immanuel Preschool is amazing! I can go on and on about how amazing my daughter’s teachers have been over the past two years. She is starting kindergarten in the fall and my mind is at ease knowing how well they prepared her, both academically and socially. Immanuel will always hold a special place in our hearts!

-Amber E.

About Our Classes

We are proud to offer a diverse range of classes, all specifically designed to meet the needs of our children and families. Our classes range from Toddlers to 5-year-olds, 1 day a week to 5 days a week, and everything in between! We also offer both morning and afternoon options to allow for extended coverage for our families that need it.

Meet the Staff

Our preschool staff consists of highly qualified and experienced lead and assistant teachers. We prioritize staying up-to-date with the latest best practices in early childhood education. Our staff adheres to comprehensive safety protocols, including child abuse clearances, criminal background checks, and FBI fingerprinting. Additionally, all staff members are trained in CPR, AED, and Mandated Reporter responsibilities.

Preschool at Immanuel

Our preschool schedule is filled with activities specifically designed to foster learning, creativity, and social development in the most nurturing environment. Some of the components of our preschool program are Center Time, Circle Time, Bathroom Breaks, Snack Time, and Gross Motor Play.

Immanuel Preschool admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.