WELCOME TO THE SHILOH LUTHERAN NURSERY SCHOOL WEBSITE!
Registration for the 2017-2018 school year is ongoing through the summer! If you would like a tour please call 764-8200 for more information. Tours can be arranged during the day and after working hours.
Please visit to see what we have to offer!
- To provide enjoyable social interaction among children
- To create a friendly Christian environment where children can learn kindness and respect for themselves
and the world around them
- To encourage experiences through expression, imagination, and play
Shiloh Lutheran Nursery School aims to provide a child-centered program in a supportive and loving environment, guided by Christian values and principles. We include all the necessary foci to prepare the children for their future elementary education. Children have the opportunity to explore all aspects of this curriculum through play and hands – on experiences. The program provides structure through daily routine and learning centers that develop decision making skills. Since children of preschool age learn and are able to retain more knowledge through self-guided exploration and imaginitive play, opportunities for exploration and creativity are provided through structured and open- ended tasks.
We are a Christian preschool that is a subsidiary of Shiloh Evangelical Lutheran Church. We offer a Safe Child Program in compliance with State and Church requirements. We provide classes for children two, three, four and five years of age.
Extended Day is a supplementary program offered to the 3's, 4's and Pre-K that focuses thematically on bible stories as well as secular topics during the year through the use of arts and crafts, literature and gross motor movement. It is held on Fridays downstairs in the Parish Hall. See tab at the top of page.
For further information or to schedule a visit please
contact us at 717-764-8200
Michele Sarver, Director
2201 Church Road
York, PA 17408
Shiloh Lutheran Nursery school is an equal opportunity program and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, or disability in any of its activities, programs, or employment practices as required by Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, and the American Disabilities Act.