The mission of PreSchool Partners is to equip families of preschool age children with the skills necessary to achieve school readiness. For over 22 years, PreSchool Partners has been providing a quality early education that would be out of reach for most families living in the inner city of Birmingham. The program was founded on the belief that every child deserves a quality preschool education, whether his/her family can afford to pay for it or not. For the 2017-18 school year we are expanding by 15% to serve 180 people, 90 children and 90 parents.
Dreams really do come true! For over 20 years, PreSchool Partners never truly had a "home" of its own. We have shared space, rented space, moved, and searched and, finally, in 2015 our dream to have our own building specifically designed to meet our needs became a reality. Operation Schoolhouse was a $3.4 million dollar capital campaign that will allow PreSchool Partners to serve more children and families and make a greater impact in our community.
A donation of $100 will provide a book bag and all the school supplies for a PreSchool Partners student for the entire school year! For the 2017-18 school year we are expanding by 15% to serve 180 people, 90 children and 90 parents. Our goal is $9,000 - supplies for each of our 90 students. Please help us reach our goal to provide essential supplies for academic success to the deserving children of PreSchool Partners! Any donation is accepted and appreciated! Checks can be mailed to PreSchool Partners 4447 Montevallo Road Birmingham, AL 35213.
Thank you for your interest in PreSchool Partners. Our program is dedicated to preparing 2, 3, and 4 year old children and their parents for kindergarten and success in school. Our target neighborhoods are Woodlawn and North Birmingham. PreSchool Partners was founded on the belief that every child deserves access to a quality preschool education whether his family can afford to pay for it or not. We strongly believe that in order for a child to be successful in school, there must be parental involvement. For that reason, we require a parent or primary caregiver to attend school one morning a week with their child. The mission of PreSchool Partners is to equip families of preschool age children with the skills necessary to achieve school readiness.