Here are a few comments from current and previous families.

This is a great environment for kids to grow and learn. In the year our daughter has been here, we have really seen her blossom in all kinds of ways. The staff are all very kind and caring. There is always a variety of projects and crafts. They have great holiday and other events throughout the year. There is ample room for them to play and move, super large outside play area, too. Lastly, they have been very flexible with our needs. Dad is a merchant mariner who is on call and out to sea – or home, at a moment’s notice. They have been very understanding. We definitely recommend Grace Lutheran!

Jenn and Matt Stravers
July 2014

My kids have been coming to Grace Lutheran Preschool and Childcare for about 2½ years and I must say the staff here is beyond awesome. Everybody here is very nice and caring. Ms. Rhonda is just amazing and is always so happy and welcoming in the mornings when I drop my kids off. I couldn’t have picked a better daycare center.


My family has been blessed by the Grace Lutheran Preschool and Childcare Program. We chose this program over others in the area for the Christ-Centered curriculum, individual attention from a caring group of teachers, and positive reputation created through the many years of the program’s development.

Our children enjoy their lessons which are helping to prepare them for kindergarten, and also have a lot of fun — sometimes they don’t want to leave at the end of the day!

Susan Gibbons
July 2014

I came to Grace Lutheran after my then three year old son had significant trouble transitioning into a new home, new neighborhood, new daycare. Immediately, the director assured me that she would make sure the transition was positive and successful. . .and now my youngest is just finishing out her third year at the school.

Every day, I feel like I’m dropping my kids off at grandma’s house; they get a warm reception from everyone, including their classmates, and they sometimes forget to say goodbye to their own mother! My daughter also has suffered from significant allergies and sensitivities to many things, both foods and disposable diapers included, and despite the new experience for the staff at Grace Lutheran, they were quick to accommodate and learn how to adjust to her needs (and mom’s needs, too!).

Grace Lutheran provides a fantastic balance of learning, discipline, and fun and my kids are learning new things each day. My son, who is about to enter first grade, started kindergarten with great success, as he was given tools to be successful even as a five year old. His teacher was constantly amazed at his level of learning and I give the credit to the amazing staff at Grace Lutheran.

I don’t ever hesitate to refer anyone to Grace Lutheran, as I have great confidence in everyone there. They have a low turnover of teachers and are very fairly priced, and I am happy to be able to bring my kids to a place where I know they will be safe, happy, and healthy every day!

Amy Johnson
July 24, 2014

We have been utilizing Grace Lutheran Childcare’s comprehensive, child-first program for seven years. Some of the people she feels most connected to from her early childhood work or worked at Grace. We toured and interviewed eight different childcares before deciding on Grace when our daughter had just turned three. She is our one and only and we have returned year after year, during the summertime, even after she started going to school.

One of the most valuable traditions they keep at Grace is the yearly “portfolios”. Every year that a little one spends at Grace is punctuated by a memory book that the teachers help the children make for their families. It includes pictures of everything from the finger-painting project that produced a likeness of the family “pet” (along with a generous amount of artist pride) to the devotion of a child’s heart, using beadwork, toward the Savior of us all. These portfolios are larger than most yearbooks and contain some of the most precious images we have of our daughter’s first few years. These books are invaluable now, since they portray moments that we will never really recapture as she becomes more and more self-aware. One of our most precious possessions to this day is a photo that shows our little girl in a certain pensive mood (that we readily recognize) inside of a frame that she made with the teacher’s assistance showing her holding a rose beside the words, “don’t forget to smell God’s roses”. It’s one of those depictions that we would resolve to take if we ever had to abandon the house in a fire. It’s that meaningful.

Shaun Williams
July 2014

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