21 Cromwell Road | Cincinnati, OH 45218 | (513) 825-5300
3, 4, and 5 year olds!
Greenhills Cooperative Preschool provides a unique opportunity for parents to work with their child, their child's teacher, and friends as they together begin to explore new activities and materials. Our state-licensed facility is owned, maintained, and administered by parents. Small classes are taught by experienced, qualified teachers.
Our two classrooms and indoor play area are downstairs at Greenhills Community Church - Presbyterian. The Co-op is nondenominational, not-for-profit and state licensed. We welcome families of diverse religious beliefs.
Our Mission: To provide preschoolers a safe and caring atmosphere where they can interact with other preschoolers and learn with the guidance of their teachers and parents. To provide parents the opportunity to be an integral part of their child's early learning experiences. To provide the community with a preschool committed to helping children develop their social, emotional, physical, and intellectual potential.
Classes are designed for children who will turn three by September 30th and are toilet trained
Tues/Thurs: 9:00-11:30 AM
Classes are designed for children who will turn four by September 30th.
Mon/Wed/Fri: 9:00-11:30 AM
This class is intended for older fours and young fives (five by December 31st).
Mon-Thurs: 9:00-11:30 AM
To find out which classes currently have spaces available, please contact Jan at (513) 772-6463, Jen at (513) 505-5240 or call the school at (513) 825-5300.
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Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, Parky’s Farm, Greenhills Post Office, Winton Woods, Greenhills Fire Department, Greenhills Family Dentistry and Greenhills Library have hosted previous trips.
Doctors, fire fighters, police officers, librarians, nurses, dentists and veterinarians have visited our classes in the past and taught children important lessons about safety, hygiene, animals, careers and community services.
Features include large and small slides, climbing equipment and a tire swing. A large secluded patio next to the playground gives the children a place to ride big wheels and play with hula-hoops, sidewalk chalk, etc.
Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Easter are celebrated and Hanukkah is discussed. We have Pumpkin Night in October, Family Night in January, Bunny Brunch near Easter, Mothers’ Day in May, a School Picnic at the end of the year and we march in the Greenhills Pioneer Days Parade