Southlake Christian Preschool

A highly qualified staff and well-planned activities create a solid foundation for your child’s development.

Contact program director Emily Young at for more information or to schedule a tour.

About the Program

There are two teachers for every classroom where our students are instructed in letter recognition, numbers, colors and shapes. Pre-kindergartners learn cutting, tracing, pre-writing skills, patterning and following directions. All children participate in chapel daily with singing, prayer and a weekly Bible story.

Fees for 2019-2020 School Year

Registration: $100/child
Tuition: $230/month
Supplies: $100/child/semester

A sibling discount is available for 3+ siblings enrolled.

Location & Time

Southlake Christian Preschool is located at The Hills Church Southlake Campus 2501 West Southlake Blvd. Southlake, TX 76092 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00am – 2:00pm.

Registration Details

February 19 & 21 – Returning Family Registration
February 26 – Registration for Hills Church members
March 5 – Registration begins for new families
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It is our goal that each child fall in love with learning & going to school! We hope to foster a love of reading in our preschool students as well as increase their reading abilities. Click here to download the learning goals.


Students attend daily chapel time where they learn a lesson from the Bible each day. Chapel is a high energy, dynamic worship & praise session.


An enrichment class that is 75% science based. The remaining 25% of class time students will be involved in art, music, or movement activities. Examples of Discovery units include learning about weather, five senses, space, manners, stranger danger, nutrition, etc.


Students enjoy a daily Spanish class. Spanish is taught in a “circle time” setting using music and pictures to reinforce new language skills.


Our Literacy Specialists rotate through each classroom once a week teaching a lesson utilizing our Handwriting Without Tears curriculum.


Once a week, students engage in a literacy based technology lesson. A technology lab is rotated through each classroom giving our students the opportunity to expand their literacy knowledge while using technology.