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Creative Curriculum

The most important goals of our preschool curriculum are for children to get along well with others and become enthusiastic learners. Learn more about the Creative Curriculum® 

Sheva: Early Learning Framework

We are very excited to introduce a new framework for Early Childhood Educators, Sheva. The seven core elements of Sheva are firmly rooted in the latest research in child development. Learn more about Sheva

Our Staff

Our school is a place where children learn and grow with support from nurturing professional educators. Our teachers are committed to honoring the uniqueness of each child and celebrating their individual potential. We also support and empower parents, clearly understanding that they are a child’s first and most important teachers.

Specials

Each week, your child will work with a variety of specialists that create new experiences and fun for the children in our program.

Specials include:
  • Creative Movement
  • Physical Education
  • Music
  • Shabbat

Scholarships

While we keep our tuition as low as possible, we recognize that some families may need financial assistance. Generous scholarships are available for our preschool to assist with the cost of membership. If you need financial assistance for children 3 and 4 years of age, applications for partial scholarships are available online here: https://aim.applyISTS.net/FJDS. For more information, contact Amy Foster at (610) 896-7770 x 118 or by email at afoster@phillyjcc.com.  Please be assured that all information is strictly confidential.  Click here for the JCC scholarship application.

Contacts

Amy Foster, Preschool Director

610-896-7770 x118, afoster@phillyjcc.com

Natalie O’Brien, Preschool Assistant Director

610-896-7770 x119, nobrien@phillyjcc.com

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Kaiserman JCC is committed to admitting to programs and providing services to children and adults without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, age, sex or national origin including limited English proficiency. Program services shall be made accessible to eligible persons with disabilities through the most practical and economically feasible methods available. These methods include but are not limited to equipment redesign the provision of aids and the use of alternative service delivery locations. Structural modifications shall be considered only as a last resort among available methods. Any individual or guardian of a minor child who believes they have been discriminated against may file a complaint of discrimination with the Kaiserman JCC.