GAP needs your help… let’s co-create a preschool list!

In an effort to create a truly inclusive/comprehensive preschool list used by GAP families, it would be LOVELY if we could have your input.  Please click the comment button below  and let us know where your child goes/went to preschool. (You can comment anonymously or use the “contact us” button above to email your submission).  Bonus points given if you can list any open house dates or link to a website, but that’s not necessary.  Also, as always, if you’d like to write a review of your child’s school, preschool, or childcare center, let us know!

18 thoughts on “GAP needs your help… let’s co-create a preschool list!

  • Anonymous

    Norwood Fontbonne Academy

    Regina Coeli Academy

    Carson Valley Nursery

    (ps love your site! can't tell you how many times we've attended events we learned about from here.)

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  • Anonymous

    Summit Presbyterian Church Children's Program:
    http://www.summitchildrensprogram.org/

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  • Anonymous

    Our Mother of Consolation in Chestnut Hill has a lovely pre-school class with options for 3- and 4-year-olds.

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  • Anonymous

    http://cooperativenurseryschool.org/

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  • Anonymous

    http://cooperativenurseryschool.org/

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  • Anonymous

    Waldorf School!

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  • Anonymous

    Gladwyne Montessori School.

    Mixed feelings.

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  • Anonymous

    Gladwyne Montessori School.

    Mixed feelings.

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  • Anonymous

    House at Pooh Corner:
    http://houseatpoohcornerdaycare.com/index.html

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  • Anonymous

    Chestnut Hill Presbyterian.
    and thanks for the great blog!

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  • Twin Mom

    We have LOVED Norwood-Fontbonne Academy’s Montessori preschool. Wonderful & supportive – great learning experience. Not just playing. My kids had amazing exposure to math and reading there.

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  • Anonymous

    Germantown Jewish centre

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  • Maleka

    Mifflin School Head Start program, Mr. Hartzog’s Montessori class.

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  • Pam

    Pennsylvania School for the Deaf Community Preschool, for hearing children from Germantown and nearby neighborhoods, as well as deaf children.

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  • Anonymous

    Germantown Jewish Centre – Early Childhood Program

    http://www.germantownjewishcentre.org/Education/Early_Childhood_Program/

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  • Anonymous

    United Cerebral Palsy Association (UCP) – Best Friends Program. http://www.ucpphila.org/children/best-friends

    Very good price and they’re getting a brand new playground this summer. Takes children at 3mos+ (maybe earlier?). Infant room has high turnover so we’ve had mixed feelings, but love the current staff. Nice diversity of ethnicity and special needs/non-special needs children.

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  • Anonymous

    I am the new Executive Director at Summit Children’s Program, 6757 Greene Street, 215-848-4451. Would love to show-off our program. Go to summitchildrensprogram.com to see us. Our school age program will be accepting full day kids starting on August 19th for those whose camps will have ended by then.
    Beth Garner

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  • Sandi Vincenti

    PreSchool PLUS Early Learning Program

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