School of Grace

Welcome to The School of Grace Preschool in Raleigh

Where children live and learn through creative play experiences!

Our phone line is currently out of order. Please email the Director at for information or to schedule a tour.  Registration is open for the 2019/20 school year.  Online Registration forms will be posted soon.

Registration for the 2018/19 school year has begun!  To learn more about The School of Grace: look at our blog posts and parent handbook on this site; visit us on Facebook and Twitter; contact the Director through this site or by calling 919-787-4740.  Tours may be scheduled through the Director.  Registration forms are available to print from this site.

Summer Camp Registration is full! To add your child to the waiting list, please contact the director at Come join us August 6th-10th for a week of fun exploration, outdoor water play, art, music and more!  Camp registration forms are available to print from this site.  To register, send the completed pages, along with the camp fee, to The School of Grace  5010 Six Forks Road  Raleigh, NC  27609.

The School of Grace Preschool in Raleigh is a non-profit mission of Grace Lutheran Church, incorporated in 1994 and educating children since 1995. The preschool serves typically developing children, children with special needs and children from refugee families. Children range in ages, from six months to five years in the Raleigh area. As a Christian program, children learn and play in a Christ-centered environment. As a Parent Participatory Program, parents are actively involved in the education of their children.

The purpose of The School of Grace is to empower children and families to reach their greatest potential and to enjoy the richness of the preschool years.

The school offers a safe, nurturing, Christian environment for young children. The curriculum is enhanced by a multi-cultural focus, guided by the knowledge of how children learn. The child-centered philosophy aims to facilitate positive self-esteem and a joy of learning. The intentional blending of children of diverse neighborhoods, cultures, religions, races and abilities will promote understanding and acceptance of differences. Each child’s faith will be nourished through the exploration and celebration of the world which God created.