3 and 4 Year Program

This program is licensed by Bright from the Start:
Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday 7:15am – 4:15pm, August – May.
Our center follows all of Catoosa County Public School Systems closings for breaks, in-service days, holidays and inclement weather.

*Early Arrival: 7:15am – 7:45am

Half-day Program: 7:45am – 12:00pm          Full-day Program: 7:45am – 4:15pm

*Extended Care: 12:00pm – 4:15pm
*we offer Early Care and Extended Care options to parents needing to use these services monthly or occasionally for an additional charge to their tuition.



Registration Fee: $75.00 per child (non-refundable) to be paid at the time of registration.

The registration fee covers the cost of a student book-bag, t-shirt, subscription for Scholastic Weekly Reader and other materials used with the Get Set for School curriculum.

Half-Day Morning Program: 8:00am – 12:00pm

5 days/week … $270.00 per month

3 days/week … $245.00 per month

Dismissal for students in the Pick-up line begins at 11:45am and all students must be picked up by 12:00pm or enrolled in our Extended Day.

Full-Day Program: 7:15am – 4:15pm *the center closes at 4:15pm

5 days/week … $495.00 per month

3 days/week … $440.00 per month

Students participating in our Full-Day/Extended Care Program will not have an afternoon pick-up line for dismissal.  All parents/guardians must come into the building to pick-up their child at their discretion no later than 4:15pm.

Early Care: 7:15am – 7:45am … $25.00 per month or $2.50 per day.

This service is for students that may need to arrive early for school before 7:45am when all classroom open.

Extended Day Care: 12:00pm – 4:15pm

This service may be used occasionally as a convenience for our families at the rate of $5.00 per hour.
Ringgold First Baptist Pre-K and Learning Center uses various curriculums in our program including:

Wee Learn published by Lifeway: This curriculum is designed around themes to help lay a Biblical foundation and better understanding of Jesus Christ, the Bible, self, others, and the natural world.

Zoo Phonics: This curriculum is used for teaching letter recognition and phonemic awareness in literacy.  Zoo Phonics uses the whole brain approach: phono (hearing), oral (speaking), visual (seeing), kinesthetic (moving), and tactile (touching).

Get Set for School by Handwriting Without Tear: This curriculum is designed to prepare preschoolers for Kindergarten.  Get Set for School uses developmentally appropriate hands-on activities to help young children learn readiness and writing, language and literacy, number and math skills.

Contact us for more information.