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St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Preschool
9204 N Milwaukee Ave, Niles, IL 60714
There are actually two preschools at St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran; one is a Japanese language immersion program,More and most students are children of parents who have been transferred here from Japan by their corporate employers. The other is a regular English-language, Lutheran-church-sponsored preschool for American children. Both preschools are housed in a separate buildings from the church, with a separate fenced yard area for play. Parents can park nearby for drop-off and pick-up, but the parking lot is a safe distance from the play area. Jenny Powell directs the English-language preschool, and Minori Yamaki directs the Japanese-language preschool. The preschool is open to all. Students do not have to be Lutheran, said Powell, who stressed the school has students from many diverse backgrounds. The Web site for the Japanese-language preschool is seimataiyouchien.com. The church, which was founded at the turn of the 20th century, has had an elementary school in this building for most of its history, but closed it in 2004. The building is now used only for preschool, which was added in the early 1980s.
First United Methodist Preschool
8101 W Golf Rd, Niles, IL 60714
Niles Park District Bright Beginnings Preschool
6676 W Howard St, Niles, IL 60714

The Niles Park District operates Bright Beginnings Preschool, and has locations at several of its facilities,More including Grennan Heights Park, Oakton Manor Park and the Howard Leisure Center.

The District describes the preschool as follows: 

Niles Park District Bright Beginnings Preschool is guided by the philosophy of “learning through play”. Guided or self-initiated, we believe play is an essential component in developing the whole child.

Under the guidance of our qualified teachers, children will learn to follow directions, share with others, and adapt to a group setting. The school-year curriculum will introduce children to a broad variety of experiences in a safe and stimulating environment. Activities in art, music, movement, games, storytelling and dramatic play will help nurture the development of self-control, physical coordination and social & cognitive skills.

By implementing our philosophy, we hope to provide each child with an enjoyable, stimulating and productive preschool experience, thereby easing the transition into kindergarten.

Oakton Manor Park
8100 N Ozark Ave, Niles, IL 60714

Oakton Manor Park is a neighborhood park located west of Milwaukee Avenue and north of Oakton Street. It contains twoMore playgrounds, appropriate for preschool and school-aged children, as well as tennis courts, picnic pavilions and baseball fields.

The park also houses one of the three locations of Bright Beginnings, the Niles Park District's preschool for three- and four-year-olds.

 

Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church & School-Wels
6218 Capulina Ave, Morton Grove, IL 60053
The Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church was founded in 1902, and quickly developed the school in 1906. ItsMore longstanding history makes it the oldest congregation in Morton Grove. The church offers services on Sunday at 8am and 10:30am. The school caters to youth from all over the region, from pre-school through eighth grade. In addition, Precious Child is another service offered with Jerusalem Lutheran. Programs are open for children from age 3 through 8th grade, with full or half-day preschool, only full-day kindergarten, and grades 1 -8 full-day. Extended care is available, 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., for students of the preschool and Jerusalem School as well.