about us

About Us

Creative Play School was originally organized over 25 years ago by a group of mothers who wanted to provide a quality enrichment and socialization experience for their children. In 2002 it became part of the Kids Ministry of County Line Church. The annual enrollment is around 180 part-time children.

Classes are limited to 12-18 children, depending on their age, and each class has a teacher and an aide. The program encourages play, discovery, socialization and creativity. Tuition for the program covers staff salaries and supplies for the children. The church underwrites the use of facilities, utilities, maintenance and custodial care.

Our Philosophy

Why Are We Here?

Our mission is to restore our communities by offering a quality pre-school program that enriches the lives of children and their families.

What Do We Do?

Our vision is to partner with parents by providing a quality, faith-based setting where children experience development opportunities for their mind, body, and spirit, as well as a play-based introduction to kindergarten readiness skills.

How Do We Think?

We know that children learn best when given the freedom to play and discover in a safe and interesting environment. We think it is important to offer a variety of creative opportunities that are developmentally appropriate where they can learn new concepts, accomplish new tasks, and practice problem solving and relational skills. We are intentional about introducing experiences that will help prepare them to be successful learners in the classroom and in life.


The curriculum is planned around themes that encourage social interaction and a play-based introduction to kindergarten readiness skills. Teachers share monthly newsletters with parents to inform them about classroom themes and activities. Their lesson plans are made in advance and submitted to the director. Parent/Teacher conferences are held in February.

Children Are Introduced to the Following Readiness Skills:

Color and Shape Recognition | Name Identification | Counting and Grouping | Pre-Reading and Pre-Math Skills | Poetry, Stories and Language Skills

Older Classes Will Be Introduced To:

Letter and Number Identification | Phonetic Sounds and Word Recognition |
Writing and Fine Motor Development Skills

Children Also Participate in These Regular Activities:

Gross Motor Play | Library Visit | Spanish Class | Art Experiences | Chapel Time