It's no secret. Princeton is an extraordinary place for high quality education at all levels. Preschool is no exception. With well over twenty schools offering Preschool and Pre-K programs in Princeton municipality alone, parents have a wealth of options for their child's first school experience. The choices can be overwhelming. Where to begin? Explore what all of these wonderful schools have to offer at the Preschool and Kindergarten Fair right here at Princeton Public Library on April 3.
Local schools provide a wide range of philosophies, techniques and services for providing the very best in early childhood education. What it really comes down to is finding the best fit for each individual child and her family. Come to the library’s Community Room between 10:30 and 12:30 on April 3. We’ll help you streamline the search process by meeting representatives from over twenty independent Princeton schools offering Preschool and Pre-K programs, all in one place.
At this two hour annual event, schools will provide information about philosophy, programs, availability and the application process. Summer camps and enrichment programs offered by the schools will also be featured.
Increasing national attention has been given to the importance of quality early childhood education, especially during the preschool years. Whether you are looking for a learning-through-discovery experience, or a more academic approach, a parent cooperative, a full or dual language immersion program, a full or half-day program, or just curious about the different schools in Princeton, the fair will help you sort them all out. Please join us!
Schools represented at Princeton Pubic Library's Preschool and Kindergarten Fair on April 3 include:
— Martha Perry Liu, Youth Services
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