Our Lady of Grace Preschool offers a comprehensive Early Learning Program for our students in grades PreK-2 through PreK-4. Please explore all you can about our wonderful community!
Curriculum at Our Lady of Grace Preschool
The curriculum at Our Lady of Grace Preschool in Parkton, Maryland follows the Course of Study prescribed by the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Our teachers provide outstanding instruction to all students in PreK-2 through Pre-K4.
Technology at Our Lady of Grace Preschool
Our Lady of Grace Preschool integrates technology into our classrooms. Each student has access to an ipad for learning while all of our classrooms are equipped with smart boards to aid our teachers in their academic plans. To learn more about the Technology in our Preschool please click here.
STEAM at Our Lady of Grace PreSchoolSTEAM related activities are offered that focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics. We develop interdisciplinary lessons and give students the opportunity to collaborate as they build their skills in the area of problem-solving and critical thinking.
Signature Programs at Our Lady of Grace PreschoolOur Preschool hosts a variety of signature programs designed to expand our students mind, body, and soul. We proudly offer the following programs:
- InvestiGator Club - a STEAM based curriculum that offers culturally rich and fully integrated Pre-K curriculum that focus on STEM, early literacy, the arts, and the social and emotional development of our students. Learn more about the InvestiGator Club by clicking here.
- Catechesis of the Good Shepherd - Once a week our students gather in a room specially prepared for them, which contains simple yet beautiful materials that they will use to draw nearer to God. Learn more about our Signature Programs by clicking here.
Academic Enrichment Programs at Our Lady of Grace Preschool
Our Preschool offers the following academic enrichment programs: The Language Project, Soccer Shots, and Abrakadoodle. To learn more about these academic enrichment programs and how they are integrated into our curriculum please