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My School Pre-School
535 Walnut Ave, Walnut Creek, CA 94598
My School Pre-School offers developmentally-enriched programs for pre-kindergarten aged kids from two to fiveMore years old. This school is located on the Ygnacio Valley Baptist Church grounds, although it is not associated with the church. This school features a fully-fenced playground that is located under shade trees .
Walnut Creek Christian Academy
2336 Buena Vista Ave, Walnut Creek, CA 94597

The Walnut Creek Christian Academy is a private school that serves preschool through eighth grade. ItsMore Christ-centered program addresses the spiritual, intellectual, physical and social needs of its students. Many graduates attend its sister school, Berean Christian High School.

The preschool was established by the First Baptist Church in 1984 and is licensed by the State of California Department of Social Services. 

The school's principal, Esther McClellan, is a former academy valedictorian.

The academy has been a member of the Bay Area Christian School Athletics League since 1975. The school participates in the Eastern Division of this four-division, 20-school league. 

To see some parent reviews of the school, visit: www.wccaeagles.org/testimonials.php

To see the school's statement of faith, visit: www.wccaeagles.org/statementfaith.html

The school has a dress code, but no uniform requirement.

 

The Dorris-Eaton School
1847 Newell Ave, Walnut Creek, CA 94595

The Dorris-Eaton School is a private, co-educational college preparatory day school, serving pre-school throughMore eighth grade students. (The school's preschool/junior kindergarten campus is located in Alamo).

The Dorris-Eaton School was founded more than50 years ago by Doris Dorris and Virginia Eaton. Along with spacious classrooms, the Walnut Creek campus houses an 11,000-volume library, two multi-purpose rooms, a technology lab, designated Spanish, art, and music rooms.

Aside from academic courses, the school also offers art, music, physical education, Spanish and computer applications classes. Uniforms are required for grades K-8.

The enrollment process begins in the fall and winter prior to the school year in which the student will attend. Students are also accepted throughout the year on a space-available basis, as mid-year vacancies do occur. For a list of student and faculty achievements, visit the school's Web site. The head of the school is Gerald Ludden.