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Preschool Program

Our Preschool Program in Trumbull, CT Proudly Accepting Residents From Stratford & Shelton and other local towns in CT.

Our preschool program is available to three and four-year-old children as a part of the St. Catherine’s School Community. The children enjoy an environment that is loving and nurturing. Every child is encouraged to reach their highest academic, social, emotional, and physical potential. We achieve this through a curriculum focusing on creative play, artistic expression, kindergarten readiness, and Catholic values. The curriculum includes enrichment classes in music, art, physical education, library, technology, and Spanish in PreK 4.
Parents are encouraged to make an appointment to visit our private elementary school and observe our preschool classrooms during the school day. For more information about our preschool program, please contact our admissions office or click here! We are proud to help students and families throughout Trumbull, Shelton, and Stratford, CT.
PreK 3   Age 3 by December 31st, 2023, and fully toilet trained. 
*Students turning three after September 1st will be required to start the year in the 11:15 am dismissal class. Adjustments can be made with teacher approval after November 1st. 
PreK 4    Age 4 by December 31st, 2023, and fully toilet trained. 
Optional Extended Hours
*Additional fee is required
Stay and Play/Rest:  1:00 pm – 2:20 pm daily for all students 
After School Care:  Until 5:30 pm daily for PreK 4
Download our Admission Application below
To view the Tuition Schedule for Preschool, click here.
Preschool Starter Pack
To purchase the Preschool Starter Pack, click here.

Welcome to the SCSS Preschool Program


Benefits of Preschool Programs For Children Across Trumbull, Shelton, Stratford, CT & Beyond

  • Learning to Share: Preschool programs put children into sharing situations by allowing them to play together. Instilling these lessons and skills early on is important to your child's learning experience. 
  • Socialization: For many individuals, learning how to be social with others is a difficult concept. By enrolling your child in a preschool program, they begin to learn early.
  • Emotional Development: To go along with the last bullet, socialization is one of the best ways to develop emotionally. Children are taught how to express themselves through emotions and how to deal with their emotions. 
  • Acquire Motor Skills: Preschool programs help your child to work on dexterity and fine movements. Whether it is learning how to tie shoes, hold a pencil, or zip a coat, learning fine motor skills will help your child.