Sharon United Methodist Weekday School, located in the heart of Charlotte’s SouthPark community, was started 35 years ago as a one-day Mother’s Morning Out program, and has grown tremendously since then! Our part-day preschool has classes for ages one through four.
Our mission is to provide a high-quality early childhood program. We achieve this by offering a safe and nurturing environment while promoting the physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual development of young children.
Our philosophy about childhood learning embraces the idea that children develop academic and social skills through developmentally appropriate play and interaction with peers. Research suggests that young children build important critical reasoning skills through hands-on play. At our school, we provide many interest centers for exploration and learning. Just a taste of what we offer: a variety of art materials, sensory tables that change often, science centers, manipulatives for fine motor and math skills, blocks, and dramatic play.
What Makes Our Weekday School Special?
• Small class sizes and low child-to-teacher ratios
• A wide variety of classroom and special activities
• Involved parents through daily contact and volunteer opportunities
• Specially-trained teachers and administrators
Please give me a call for more information or to schedule a tour. I would love to have your family join our family!
Sally S. Swanson, Director
(704) 366-9166, ext. 14
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Sharon United Methodist Church--the spiritual crossroads of SouthPark, leading people to life rich in Christ through Real Relationships, Deep Discipleship, and Selfless Service.
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