Welcome to Triangle Presbyterian Preschool & Kindergarten! Celebrating Over 30 Years of Ministry!
"Watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them slip from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them."(Deuteronomy 4:9)
Classes for two, three, and four year olds (Pre-K), and a 1/2 day Transitional Kindergarten
Gentle Christian environment with attention to emotional, spiritual, physical, social and intellectual development
Low cost, quality education
parents assist in the classroom on a rotating schedule (exception in the Transitional Kindergarten)
trained professional teachers
"learning through play and experience" approach
Who We Are . . .
Thank you for your interest in Triangle Presbyterian Preschool and Kindergarten. We are thrilled to have you visit our site and see what God is doing here at TPPK. Our school has been a tremendous blessing to many families over the past 30 years and we are continually planning to add new faces to the TPPK family.
TPPK started in homes where parents wanted to be involved in their child’s preschool experience. At that time the school was called Triangle Participation Preschool. In the early 80’s the preschool began renting space from Triangle Presbyterian Church in the old building on Highway 54 and Highway 55. When the new building was completed the preschool continued their ministry. In the early 1990’s the preschool began the process of coming under the umbrella of Triangle Presbyterian Church and the name of the school was changed to Triangle Presbyterian Preschool. The school continues to be a “parent participation” school where parents are the assistants in the classrooms on a rotating basis except for our Transitional Kindergarten. In 2003 we became Triangle Presbyterian Preschool and Kindergarten when we added our Kindergarten, now a Transitional Kindergarten. The motto of the school is “a place where children, parents, and teachers share a participatory learning experience in a Christian atmosphere.”