Gilbert, Arizona

The Preschool at Discovery

The Preschool at Discovery

1644 S Lindsay Rd
Gilbert, AZ 85295
(480) 999-4245
The Preschool at Discovery, Preschools, Services, Gilbert, Arizona

Are you looking for a faith-based child care facility? The Preschool at Discovery in Gilbert, AZ, features a God-centered curriculum taught by a highly trained staff committed to sharing the message of God’s love with your children. With over 50 years of combined experience, this educated team has the passion and skills to elevate your child’s learning while providing a safe and welcoming atmosphere for them to spend their days. Caring for children from infancy to pre-kindergarten, this preschool has everything to help start your child’s education off right.


This preschool has a low student-to-teacher ratio to ensure children receive individual attention as needed. They are state-licensed, and their curriculum is aligned with the Arizona State Learning Standards for early childhood education. These child care experts utilize developmentally appropriate practices and teaching strategies and are supported by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.


In addition to providing an exceptional intentional but play-based curriculum for your child, this preschool also focuses on spreading the word of God. Your child will learn that God made them with a very specific and important plan in mind. Bible-learning activities aid in both spiritual and academic growth. Whether you choose part-time or full-time care, your child will develop the skills they need to be successful in school and in life.


Instill knowledge of God’s love in your child early by enrolling them at The Preschool at Discovery, the area’s leading faith-based early childhood development facility. Call (480) 999-4245 or visit them online for more information.

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