SUMMARY OF PROGRAMS
Covenant Schools offers the highest quality development care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. We have educational programs specifically designed to help your child be prepared for Kindergarten.
Our warm caring and highly experienced staff really love what they do and truly enjoy helping your child learn, develop and grow to their fullest potential!
We maintain a low student to teacher ratio and have a strong focus on providing individualized attention for your child.
LEARNING IS FUN AT COVENANT SCHOOLS!
Covenant Schools offers the highest quality developmental care for children at every stage of early childhood.
Covenant Schools offers 5 different programs for the unique needs of every age group:
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Frequently Asked Questions
Covenant Schools is open Monday-Friday from 6:30 am-6 pm.
Covenant Schools has an open drop-off and pick-up policy. You can drop off and pick up at any time on
your scheduled day. As the children enter our Pre-K program, we recommend they are dropped off close
to 8 am so they are present for the entire lesson time, but it is not a requirement of the program.
Covenant Schools has a very flexible schedule for attendance. Based on the program’s availability for
space, families can attend anywhere from 1-5 days a week based on their needs.
Covenant Schools does not offer half-day care. Program tuition is charged at a daily rate, not an hourly
rate. Covenants open door drop-off and pick-up allows parents to have set scheduled days but provide
the parent flexibility on the hours of attendance.
Covenant Schools is Nut free program. Our application process gathers essential information, such as
allergies for the children. We keep an updated list of the children with allergies in the kitchen and every
classroom as a reference and safety precaution for all children and staff. Depending on the allergy, our
cooks are excellent at substituting and catering to the children’s needs. We send out a Monthly menu at
the beginning of the month so parents can know what will be served. If it is a more severe allergy, we
recommend parents provide their children’s lunches, milk, or snacks.