Programs & Tuitions

Childhood is not a race to see how quickly a child can read, write and count. Childhood is a small window of time to learn and develop at the pace which is right for each individual child. -Magda Gerber


2.5 year olds

Available Wednesday and Friday
from 9:00 am – 11:30 am.

Tuition and Fees

2 day program only
$1800.00 Yearly/ Five Payments of $360.00 (Monthly $200.00)
*Payments are due July, September, November, January, March

Two and a Half Year Old Program

Our 2 1/2 year olds meet on Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:00 – 11:30. The children are not required to be toilet trained. The goal of our program is to help your child transition from home to school. Our program consists of the following:

  • Developing socially through cooperative and imaginative play
  • Encouraging learning through play and exploration in a warm age-appropriate setting
  • Promoting confidence and encouraging independence
  • Introducing colors, numbers, and letters
  • Developing gross motor skills through daily indoor and outdoor play
  • Providing a variety of art and sensory experiences including biweekly music classes

3 year olds

Available Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
from 9:00 am – 11:30 am

Tuition and Fees

2 day program (Tuesday and Thursday) $1775.00, Yearly /Five payments of $351.00 (Monthly $195.00) 3 day Program (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday) $1755.00 Yearly / Five payments of $351.00 (Monthly $225.00) *Payments are due July, September, November, January, and March

Three-Year Old Program

​Our three year old program meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 – 11:30. There is an optional third day on Mondays. The goal of our program is learning through socialization and hands on experiences that are developmentally appropriate. Our program consists of the following:

  • Learning to appropriately communicate needs and feelings with teachers and classmates
  • Developing language and expanding vocabulary
  • Providing opportunities to develop a longer attention span
  • Providing an interactive circle time, including songs, fingerplays, and opportunities to develop conversational skills
  • Providing opportunities to develop self-confidence
  • Exposing your child to art and sensory experiences
  • Reinforcing letter and number recognition
  • Developing fine motor skills
  • Developing gross motor skills through daily indoor and outdoor play
  • Providing a variety of art and sensory experiences including biweekly music classes and monthly art

4 year olds

Available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
from 9:00 am – 11:30 am.

Tuition and Fees

3 day program Monday, Wednesday and Frida225.00)y $2025.00 Yearly/ Five Payments $405.00 (Monthly $225.00) 4 day program Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday $2385.00 Yearly/Five payments of $477.00 (Monthly $265.00) *Payments are due July, September, November, January, and March

Four-Year Old Program

Our four year old program meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9:00-11:30. There is an optional fourth day on Thursday. The goal of our program is to prepare your child for kindergarten physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively. Our program consists of the following:

  • Providing opportunities for cooperative play and building friendships
  • Developing self-confidence and independence; learning to make good choices
  • Encouraging respect for teachers and classmates
  • Developing good work habits for success at school: listening, following directions, completing tasks
  • Providing opportunities for indoor and outdoor play; gross motor skills
  • Developing fine motor skills; handwriting, coloring, tracing, and cutting
  • Developing reading readiness skills using the Wilson Fundations program (letter sounds, visual recognition, auditory discrimination, rhyming, alike/different, left to right progression)
  • Developing listening comprehension skills through story time, answering questions, sharing information, encouraging a love of reading
  • Developing math readiness (number recognition 1 – 20, patterning, shapes, sequencing, graphing, rote counting, exposure to money values)
  • Providing a variety of art and sensory experiences including biweekly music classes and monthly art

Transitional Kindergarten

Starting September 2018
Afternoons 12:15 – 2:45

Our transitional kindergarten program gives student the “gift” of a year to grow in confidence before beginning kindergarten.

We offer a well-rounded school background that comes from a variety of experiences to further develop social, emotional and intellectual skills for success throughout their school experience.

We will be using the Creative Curriculum.

Lunch Bunch

Lunch Bunch is an opportunity for the children to have an extended day. Children bring their own lunch and beverage and enjoy eating with their friends and having extra playtime. It is also a great opportunity for Moms to have some extra time too! Lunch Bunch is 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM. The cost is $8.00 per day.

Special Programs


Jubilee offers our students additional opportunities to further their learning experience by exploring topics beyond our preschool curriculum. The enrichment classes are open to the 3 and 4 year old children and are held on a monthly basis throughout the school year.

The enrichment class program has provided our students moments for discovery, as well as opportunities to seek new interests and become more enthusiastic learners.

Topics explored in the enrichment classes have included:

  • Express Yourself Art Class
  • Science Explorers
  • Let’s Be Architects
  • Feathered Creatures
  • Let’s Make Music
  • Explore the Ocean
  • The Human Body


Jubilee Summer Fun Camp, our three week mini-camp program, is a great way to start your child’s summer. Our camp is held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 – 1:00, and begins the week after our preschool program ends. Activities include lots of indoor and outdoor playtime, crafts, reading, and other experiences centered around an exciting daily theme. Children bring a packed lunch to enjoy together. All of our preschool students are welcome to attend.


Gwynn Di Pilla is certified to teach in NJ and PA. She has been teaching since graduating college with a degree in art education in 1989. Since moving to Haddonfield in 1993 she has developed and offers classes for adults and children through the Haddonfield Adult School. She also participated in the Art Goes to School initiative, a volunteer program that teaches art history to children. Gwynn was named one of South Jersey’s top artists in South Jersey Magazine in 2011.

Gwynn visits our school once per month for the three and four year classes in order to introduce the children to a variety of art experiences. The children work with clay, plaster crafts, paper mache and have a finished project that they can be proud of. You will find yourself displaying all of their wonderful works of art. Families who have had multiple children come through our programs look forward each year to the special art projects to add to their collection.


Our music teacher, Helen Sneller, has been a musician since a young girl, playing clarinet and piano. She is active in Covenant’s music ministry. She teaches children’s choir, private piano, and music lessons.

The children receive music instruction every other week and have the opportunity to engage in a variety of music making activities. Helen holds a certificate in “Music Together”, an early childhood music organization. She uses the “First Steps in Music” curriculum by Dr. John Feierabend, a national leader in early childhood music education and a Professor of Music at the University of Hartford. The early years are a fantastic time to fill their ears with music and get their bodies moving.

The children play rhythm instruments, sing, learn chants, play musical games, and move to the beat. We sing lots of new songs, as well as learning about the beautiful singing voices that God has given each one of us. The journey to a child’s discovery of their musicality begins in the earliest years and Helen is excited to help your child on his or her way.


The goal of this program is to teach students healthy habits for living. Part of the focus includes gross motor skills, fine motor skills, making healthy food choices, and understanding how our body works and what it needs. We utilize the STEAM method using Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics to give students a hands-on approach to learning. The hope is that students will have fun while learning important life and health skills. This program is open to all three and four-year-olds. It meets monthly from 1130pm-2pm.