The Visitation BVM Pre-Kindergarten program is for 4-years and older children. Students must be 4 years old by September 1, 2019.  Our teacher is Mrs. Mary DeLuca.  You may reach her through the main school phone number (610) 539-6080 x334 or via e-mail at  Click here to view the teacher’s website.  Click here to view our pamphlet.

Mission Statement

Our goal in this preschool is to enhance opportunities for learning.  We integrate these opportunities for growth within our school community.   Each child will develop social, emotional, cognitive and motor skills.  Our Catholic school atmosphere allows for spiritual growth.


Choice of Half- or Full-Day programs
Classes are run from 8:00 am to 2:45 pm (Half day students dismiss at 11:30 am)
Monday through Friday
Our Calendar and Tuition

Pre-Kindergarten’s calendar is the same as the regular Kindergarten school calendar – with the exception that school ends on a different day in June.  Please check the school’s activities calendar for exact dates.  Tuition information for the school year may be found by clicking here.

Our School Year

The time in the beginning of the school year is used for getting acquainted with the school as well as with each other.  Preparation of Kindergarten is a priority, and each child will receive individual attention in developing the necessary fine and gross motor skills.

We have social gatherings at Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and closing exercises in June.  We use these social gatherings as times when the children perform poems and songs they have learned for each holiday.  Parents and family members are encouraged to attend these social functions.  We take walking trips around the school and church premises.  Our field trip to the Zoo and Nature Center is during the Spring.  We celebrate the conclusion of the school year with closing exercises in June.


 What to Bring

1.    A small healthy snack.

2.    A small beverage in a lunch box.

3.    School Bag

School Supplies

These remain in the classroom for the entire year.

1 – 8 pack of crayons

1 – water color set

1 – glue stick

1 – pair of scissors

1 – small art box

1 – box of tissues

Good Behavior Day

We reward each child who demonstrates kindness, patience and respect to others.  This will be indicated by placing a washable stamp on your child’s hand at the end of the day.

Our Day’s Schedule

1.    Self-directed play and exploration.

2.    Circle time prayers, calendar counting, weather, songs, poems and exercises.

3.    Religion, Science and literacy activities.

4.    Snack and outdoor play.

5.    Music and Movement, Show and Tell (in January), shape and color readiness, instructional games, and Art.

6.    Story time and discussion.