Weekday Preschool


First Christian Preschool continues its original purpose of nurturing children in body, mind and spirit.

We do this so they, like Jesus, will grow in wisdom, stature and favor with both God and man.

This ideology is based on Luke 2:52


This school is a non-profit organization that operates as a ministry of First Christian Church. The church oversees the Preschool through a ministry team and church leaders. Established 1974

Daily Program

Our curriculum include the following areas:

  • Circle Time - Your child begins each day with stories, finger plays, songs, counting, patterning, letter recognition and a preview of the day's planned activities.
  • Activity Time - Your child engages in exercise to promote large muscle development.
  • Learning Centers - Your child chooses his/her play areas for the day.
  • Small Group Time - Your child participates in teacher directed learning activities.

Class Schedule

All classes meet 8:45a-11:15a


Class                                           Meeting Days

Lambs                                         M and/or W

Bunny                                         M, T, W, Th

Caterpillar                                  T, W, Th

Butterfly                                     M, T, W, Th

Puppy                                          M, T, W, Th

Kitty*                                           M, T, W, Th


Lambs - must be 18 months by 8/1/17

Bunny - must be 2 by 8/1/17

Caterpillar & Butterfly - must be 3 by 8/1/17

Puppy & Kitty - must be 4 by 8/1/17


*with extended hours until 2p on Mondays


Questions about the preschool? Call the office at 812.418.0566 to speak with Lana Clancy, Office Assistant or Tammy Hendricks, Director. You can also reach them by email at psdirector@fccoc.org.


Download a registration form here.


Classes and days are subject to change depending on enrollment.


FCC Preschool admits students of any race, color, national and ethic origin to all the rights, privileges,
programs and activities generally accorded or mad available to the students at the school.