We are excited to have you join us at Mt. Calvary Lutheran ECC! God is doing great things at MCL, and we want your family to be apart of it!

MCL ECC is open to any family who wants their child to have a Christ-centered private education. We offer open enrollment throughout the year; however, our fall curriculum launches in August. If a class is full (12:1 maximum ratio), a waiting list will be created. Classes tend to fill up during the fall, so don’t wait to enroll. Follow these easy steps:


Schedule a Visit

Take a Tour

Join us on campus.  Parents will meet with the ECC Director and visit our classes.  We look forward to meeting you!


Enroll Online

Yes we want to enroll

Complete the online enrollment.  Then return the forms with the requested documents and registration fee.


First Day of School

Welcome to Preschool

Make sure to bring a sheet/blanket, extra change of clothes and your lunch.  See you soon!

My daughter has attended Mt. Calvary Lutheran Preschool for the past two years. As a mother I am comforted by the values being instilled in her. It is so hard to leave your child in the care of someone else for more than half of your day, but thanks to her teachers, the director and the staff, the school has been an absolute blessing to our family. The instruction is well rounded and my child is centered. She is now being prepared for Kindergarten, academically, emotionally, spiritually, and socially.
Niko Houston, MCL Preschool Parent
Admission Policy
Mt. Calvary Lutheran ECC makes no discrimination in admissions or determination of enrollment on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, or national origin. Children will be enrolled in Mt. Calvary Lutheran ECC based on the policy as set forth by the Board of Education.

Children are accepted from 2 years through age 5, there is an additional fee for children who are not fully potty trained. Children admitted must be ready for the program and able to benefit from the preschool experience. Children are accepted on a trial basis. The preschool reserves the right to dis enroll or not accept children that are not emotionally ready for the preschool experience.

Prior to enrollment, there must be a personal interview with the enrolled child’s parents.

Parents must supply the preschool with all state required forms including child’s health history, physician’s report including immunization records, and identifying information.

Children must be in good health and able to participate. A medical assessment by a physician is required within one year prior to admission or 30 days subsequent to admission. A negative TB test is required within one year prior to admittance. In addition, an up-to-date immunization record is required before attending class.

Preschool Enrollment Forms

“Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others . . .”  – 1 Peter 4:10

Parent Resources