Our preschool is an integral part of United Friends School and is guided by the same Quaker testimonies that guide the elementary school and middle school. This United Friends School preschool program provides a nurturing environment that encourages children to view themselves as competent, independent learners. We offer a developmentally appropriate program focusing on the growth of the whole child: physically, socially, emotionally, cognitively, and spiritually. We understand each child is a unique person with an individual pattern of growth and development, as well as individual personality, learning style and family background. In both preschool programs, the arts are integrated throughout the children’s daily activities. Spanish, music, and library instruction are offered by specialists.  All preschool programs participate in various school activities with the K-8 classes and interact with many of the students at recess.

3 and 4 Year-Old Program

This program is for children who have turned 3 by September 1st and are potty-trained. Children stay for lunch (brought from home).  After School Care is available to students enrolled in Full-Day program.

Schedule Options:

8:15am – 1pm | 3 – 5 days per week
8:15am – 3pm | 3 – 5 days per week

Nicole Skinner

Mott Class Teacher (Pre-School) | Email

Nicole Skinner holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in English with a minor in Studio Art from Rosemont College and a Master of Science in Education from St. Joseph’s University with Pa certification in English Literature 6-12 and Special Education K-12.  She has over 10 years experience working with children of all ages, backgrounds and needs.

Delilah Maestri

Mott Class Teacher (Pre-School) | Emailmailto:dmaestri@unitedfriendsschool.org

Delilah received her BFA in Acting from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts and moved to New York City in 2008. In the following years she returned to academia to pursue a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education from Hunter College in New York. Delilah is returning to United Friends School as an alumnus of the class of 2000.