Noah's Ark Educational Program
Our Noah’s Ark Preschool/Pre-K/Daycare Program is fully accredited and meets New York State Early Education Standards. Children ages three to five engage in hands-on activities designed to stimulate their imaginations, ignite their curiosity, and prepare them for Kindergarten.
Noah’s Ark students experience the excitement of learning about themselves and the wider world, all while enjoying the warmth and safety of our ‘home away from home’ atmosphere.
- Studying the countries of the World
- Visiting the Ridge St. Firehouse
- Investigating Earthworms Up Close
- Trip to the Mailbox
And Much More!
Our loving and experienced teachers provide a healthy mixture of structured and unstructured, theme-based activities for both large and small groups. These activities encourage the students to develop:
- Strong Cognitive Abilities
- Motor Coordination
- Language and Social Skills
- Grow Emotionally and Spiritually.
The children of Noah’s Ark also benefit from the many facilities and programs that St. Mary’s – St. Alphonsus Regional Catholic School has to offer. They enjoy regularly-scheduled classes in:
- Computer Lab and S.T.R.E.A.M Classroom
- Physical Education held in our Gymnasium or Great Hall
- Spanish and French by our Fifth-Grade Language Ambassadors
Students are introduced to Literacy, Math, Science, Social Studies, Arts and Religion with a variety of age-appropriate lessons, crafts, and activities. Weekly classroom themes also provide inspiration for fiction and nonfiction reading.
Noah’s Ark Operates 5 days a week
7 am to 5:30 pm
- Program Attendance 2 to 5 Days a Week
- Geared Towards a Full Day of Preschool
All Noah’s Ark Program offers students a warm, nurturing atmosphere and a joyful introduction to schooling. We also offer a school nurse, hot lunch program and secure building and gated playground.
when your child is ready for school?
Our early education teachers are here to help!
Our team of experienced teachers would be happy to meet with you and your child to talk about his or her readiness and help you pick which program would best meet his or her academic, social, and emotional needs.