As part of the First Baptist Church of Fairborn, we are a Christian preschool near Dayton, OH that stands on the principles of the Bible.
Our teachers believe each child is unique and made in the image of God.

Our Preschool and PreKindergarten programs provide a foundation for Kindergarten through hands-on learning in a Christian atmosphere. Classes are small and teach through age appropriate learning centers. Students develop independence, self-confidence and team cooperation. Children are given one-on-one instruction as they are taught new concepts. Each age group lays a foundation to be built upon both Biblically and academically.

Age Groups

Tuesday and Thursday
9:00-12:00 | $110 Month (9 Months)
Designed for 2.5 year olds, this class prepares children for preschool. Children are engaged through purposeful play time, songs and stories. They also paint, color and draw on a regular basis to develop fine motor skills and a love for the arts. Teachers work with them on age-appropriate behavior and milestones such as drinking from a cup.

Reading and Writing

Children begin to learn concepts related to reading and writing. By working on these milestones, they are prepared for future skills.

  • Name Recognition
  • Learning the Alphabet
  • Introduction to Writing
  • Learn to Correctly Hold Pencils and Crayons
  • Drawing Lines and Circles
  • Story Times
And More
  • Colors
  • Shapes
  • Weather
  • Days and Months
  • Counting
  • Sorting
  • Painting
  • Following Directions
  • Puzzles
  • Imaginative Play
Special Activities

Our 2.5 year olds also participate in school activities such as:

  • Weekly Chapel
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Christmas Program
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • School-wide Family Picnic
  • W.E.E. School Recognition Night

Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
9:00-12:00 | $170 Month (9 Months)
The 3 year old preschool class provides a strong foundation for basic academic skills. Children develop writing skills and letter recognition though classwork, weekly show-and-tells and other activities. Motor skills and other age appropriate topics such as staying healthy and dressing for the weather are also covered.

Reading and Writing

The 3 year old preschool class teaches letters and numbers to children by focusing on a new letter and/or number each week. From A to Z, students learn the sounds of each letter and practice writing them.

We use A-Beka curriculum, a progressive Christian curriculum stressing a phonics based approach to reading readiness. Areas of concentration include:

  • Phonics
  • Phonics-based Reading Readiness
  • Writing (Manuscript Printing)
  • Numbers
And More

Other concepts in the 3 Year Old class are:

  • Art projects
  • Weekly show-and-tells
  • Colors
  • Shapes
  • Days of the week
  • Months of the year
  • Cutting and Pasting
  • Imaginative Play
Special Activities

Learning is enhanced with school activities such as:

  • Weekly Chapel
  • Field Trips
  • Harvest Party
  • Christmas Program
  • Community Helpers Fair
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • School-wide Family Picnic
  • W.E.E. School Recognition Service

3 Days a Week
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
9:00-12:00 | $170 Month (9 Months)

4 Days a Week
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
9:00-12:00 | $205 Month (9 Months)
The PreKinder classes are designed to prepare students for Kindergarten. Concepts are reinforced at home through occasional homework and weekly show-and-tells.

Reading and Writing

We use Abeka curriculum which is a progressive Christian curriculum stressing a phonics based approach to reading readiness. Strong emphasis is placed on learning and understanding how to write the alphabet correctly and on the lines.

  • Letter Recognition and Sounds
  • Phonics Based Reading Readiness
  • Writing Readiness
  • Writing Letters and Numbers
  • Drawing Shapes
  • Critical Thinking
  • Listening Skills
  • Color Word Recognition
Math

Four Year Olds also have the opportunity to start basic math skills that build a foundation for more advanced concepts in Kindergarten.

  • Number Concepts
  • Number Formation from 1-20
  • Counting
  • Introduction to Addition and Subtraction
And More

Academic concepts are further enhanced through:

  • Cutting and Pasting
  • Matching Related Objects
  • Crafts
  • Weather
  • Weekly Show-and-Tells
  • Calendar
  • B.E.A.R Week - Be Excited About Reading
Special Activities

Both PreKinder classes participate in school activities including:

  • Weekly Chapel
  • Field Trips
  • Harvest Party
  • Christmas Program
  • Community Helpers Fair
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • School-wide Family Picnic
  • W.E.E. School Recognition Service

Monday through Friday
8:30-12:00 | $285 per Month (9 Months)
W.E.E. School offers a Christian based Kindergarten class designed to help students master the skills needed for first grade. The class size is kept small so each child has the opportunity to receive personal attention from the teacher. At W.E.E. School, students are able to work at the pace most comfortable for them while learning to read.

Reading

We use Abeka curriculum which is a proven progressive Christian curriculum with over 50 years of success. Abeka uses an intensive phonics-based approach with a systematic, step-by-step reading plan.

  • Recognize Short Vowels
  • Recognize Consonants
  • Blend Two Letters Together
  • Sound One-Vowel Words
  • Recognize Long Vowels
  • Sound Two-Vowel Words
  • Read Special Sounds
Writing

Students also focus on manuscript printing by writing letters and numbers on the lines. Children further develop these skills by writing words and sentences throughout the year.

Math

Math concepts go beyond writing numbers. Students learn a variety of skills that will help them later as they progress through elementary school.

  • Counting to 100 and Beyond
  • Number Recognition
  • Addition and Subtraction
  • Money Value
  • Telling Time
  • Number Words
  • Number Sequence
And More

W.E.E. School offers additional learning objectives to our kindergarten class including

  • Bible Lessons and Weekly Chapel
  • Science
  • Weather
  • Calendar
  • Social Studies with a Community Helpers Fair
  • Colors and Shapes
  • Fire Safety Week
  • Dental Hygiene
  • B.E.A.R. Week - Be Excited About Reading
Special Activities

At the end of the school year, Kindergarten students take part in a Kindergarten graduation in front of the entire school and their families. They also participate in school activities including:

  • Weekly Chapel
  • Field Trips
  • Harvest Party
  • Christmas Program
  • Community Helpers Fair
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • School-wide Family Picnic
  • W.E.E. School Recognition Service

Registration

How to Register

Complete the application in its entirety and return to 1167 Highview Dr. A $15 testing fee should be included. Checks should be made payable to “First Baptist WEE School”. Apply here.

Admission Screening for Kindergarten

When your application has been returned, the WEE School office staff will contact you to schedule an admission screening (interview with the Director and Kindergarten readiness test). The test takes 45 minutes to an hour. The kindergarten teacher does the testing and will discuss the test results with the parents following the test.

Staff