Registration is Open for the 2021-22 School Year
We are accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year. We plan to open in person with classes for toddlers, twos, threes and fours, if possible. To apply, please complete an application and return it to Daya Sánchez at [email protected] If you are not immediately placed in a class, you will be automatically placed on a waiting list. Once you are placed in a class, you will be asked to submit a non-refundable $85 registration fee to secure your spot.
Check out our video tour to learn about our program, see our classrooms and meet our staff.
We hosted a Q&A session for prospective parents on March 10th. If you missed the meeting, you can find the questions and answers that we covered on our FAQ sheet.
Wilson Preschool follows the HighScope curriculum. For more information about HighScope, please visit highscope.org.
At Wilson Preschool…We believe parents are their child’s first and foremost teacher. We believe a partnership between parents and teachers creates a supportive learning environment for families.
At Wilson Preschool…We offer a hands-on, developmentally-appropriate preschool curriculum based on the High Scope model in which children learn through play and grow at their own pace.
At Wilson Preschool…We believe a strong preschool foundation with parent engagement leads to increased student achievement in K-12.
At Wilson Preschool…We have a professional, caring staff with strong backgrounds in early childhood development. Our teachers are also credentialed parent educators.
By offering a quality parent education preschool, we are helping build stronger families and, ultimately, stronger communities.
Part of what makes Wilson Preschool special is that parents actively participate in their child’s classroom. Parents work in the class one day per week (3 hours). Parents attend a 40-minute parent education discussion with the teacher and other parents during class time. Parent education curriculum provides tools for working with children in a school setting.
*Parents have not be able to work in the classroom during the 2020-21 school year. Parents did support their child in our online classes and continued to participate in parent education in an online format. We are hopeful that parents will be able to participate again fully for the 2021-22 school year.
Parent Education Classes
Santa Clara Adult Education is not currently offering stand-alone parent education classes at this time. Please visit the Family Resource Center to learn about parent education opportunities offered through Santa Clara Unified School District.
Daya Sánchez, Program Coordinator
Wilson Campus 1840 Benton St. Santa Clara, CA 95050
Preschool Office: E 2.2