Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students
Williamsburg Parent Cooperative Preschool admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic
origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to
students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, disability, national
and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or gender identification in administration of its educational
policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.
Williamsburg Parent Cooperative Preschool is a special kind of preschool which fully involves parents, teachers, and children in the educational process. The program and environment of Co-op are designed to enrich the lives of young children by providing for:
- Building positive social relationships
- Creating and exploring with art, science, manipulative and play materials
- Developing strong motor skills
- Growing in a love of books and the use of language
- Gaining a greater understanding of the wider world beyond home and school
- Promoting feelings of self-confidence and dignity
- Finding enjoyment in music and movement
- Experiencing growth based on individual needs, interests, and capabilities
Please view our notice of non discriminatory policy here.
"Co-op is so much more than a school — it's an entire community of families all working and learning together. The teachers create an environment where the kids are learning so much, but it feels like just playing with friends. As parents, we appreciate the opportunity to invest in our girls' education and watch them grow so much!"
–Alex and Ashley Heacock
"We have loved being a part of the Co-op family. Our daughter can't wait to go to school every day, and as parents we have learned so much from the kind, patient and experienced teachers. Co-op is more than a preschool—it's an opportunity for the entire family to grow together."
–Matt and Julie Tucker
"We chose Co-op not only for our child, but for our whole family. Lilly is learning all about her wide world, but also how to be a better citizen within it. We are learning how to best guide her through that world while expanding our "village" of similarly passionate, curious and joyful teachers and parents. Coop is as much a family and a philosophy as a preschool."
–Mike and Emily Bartolotta