St. Patrick Preschool Can Be Your School

The best way to discover the treasures at St. Patrick is to talk to our admission team and schedule a tour.  We want to give you a taste of life at St. Patrick School and help you discover everything we have to offer.

Please click on the Contact Admissions Team button below to be redirected to our admissions website, where you will be asked to create an account for your student. From there, you will be guided through the steps to complete the admissions process.  A member of our team will be in touch shortly.

St. Patrick Multi-Age Preschool

3 and 4 year old children have the opportunity to attend multi-age preschool 2 to 5 days a week.  You choose the days you want to attend in the morning or afternoon.

Mr. Aaron Thelen is the lead teacher for St. Patrick Preschool.  Aaron has worked with daycare/preschool children for many years. He joined St. Patrick Preschool in 2010, and was appointed lead teacher starting the 2018-2019 school year.

St. Patrick Preschool is located in the lower level of the main school building, adjacent to the cafeteria.

Enrollment Requirements

Children must be three by the first day of school and must be toilet trained.

Please contact the preschool at 517-647-7551 if you have any questions.

The following forms will also need to be filled out:

   New Preschool Students:

    Returning Preschool Students:


St. Patrick Preschool is a licensed preschool.  Tuition is tax deductible as a childcare expense.  Tax ID# 38-1390536.


Cognitive skills, social interaction, language development, art projects, field trips, music/finger plays, and holiday activities are part of the established guidelines which are keys to positive child development.

We incorporate a Smart board in many areas of learning.  We also have scheduled gym time for the children.  Mr. Aaron and his guitar are a big part of our preschool music program.

Monthly Christian themes are incorporated into the curriculum as well to provide an important spiritual dimension.  Basic concepts covered include colors, shapes, name recognitions, left/right, over/under, and counting/numbers.

Fine motor skills are emphasized and include tracing/writing, painting, pasting, cutting and coloring.

Students have outdoor playtime in the grassy area across West Street or  Alton Park across Grand River Avenue.  We use this as a learning opportunity, teaching them the safe and proper way to cross the street.