"From the grammy end of it---Beulah is a wonderful, faith-based school with compassionate, creative teachers and personnel. I ALWAYS feel welcome there and I know my grandchildren have all had a wonderful foundation for their future schooling. Thank you BCPS! :)"
– Grandparent of a 4 year old
My son has enjoyed his preschool experience so much; from the art projects to show & tell; field trips to gym time, he has gained invaluable experience to help prepare him for kindergarten next year. I am so happy to have a preschool that my younger child will attend as well.
– Parent of a 4 year old
My son has developmental delays, and although he’s too high-functioning for a special school, he does have special needs. The teachers at Beulah went to training of their own accord to find out how to best help him. They have always treated him as precious and focused on his strengths and potential- not on his failures. While my friends (whose kids went to other preschools) have received resistance and judgment about their kids’ special diets, sensory needs and potty training issues, the teachers at Beulah have never been anything but supportive and helpful. I cannot say enough good things about Beulah. I would never send my son anywhere else!
- Parent of a 4 year old
As new parents, one of the most terrifying concepts is sending your child into the care of someone else. For our family, that fear lasted one day. The infant staff is just amazing. Knowing the "trauma" that each family inevitably faces, they are constantly checking-in, comforting and encouraging. To say that the infant care team becomes an extension of the family is not at all a stretch.
It made me laugh in our initial pre-care meeting when the teachers asked us for instruction on caring for our baby. These women had their own kids and 20+ years' of child care experience and they were respectful enough to take and implement our preferences.
We have watched our daughter be stimulated in so many ways- mentally, socially, emotionally and spiritually. Even on the infant level, there was a strong curriculum in which every child participated. It was a surprise that she had begun painting at 12 weeks!
Now that she is a thriving toddler and moving on to the young toddler class, she is transitioning without issue. It is clear that while she does not want to go back to the infant room, she has been well prepared by the infant staff.
Thank you many times over for the great care that you have given to our daughter!
- Parents of a new young toddler