Enroll now for Fall 2018 in our 2-, 3- or 5-day programs! Would you like to visit? Please call the North Campus office to schedule.

Welcome to the Preucil Preschool!

We are a play-based fine arts preschool, inspired by the Reggio approach and the Suzuki Method. We focus on creativity, imagination and exploration.

We offer 2-day (T/Th), 3-day (M/W/F), and 5-day (M-F) options.  We hold morning (9:00 – 1:00), afternoon (12:30 – 3:30), and full day (9:00 – 3:30) classes. Class sizes number between 16 and 19. Each class has a lead teacher and one or two aides, an available full-time art teacher and a daily music class taught by a music teacher.

The Academic Session meets from the end of August to the end of May. The Summer Session meets for 6 weeks, mid-June to late July.

Any child between the ages of three and five is eligible to enroll.

To schedule a visit, please contact the North Campus office. The best times for visits are Wednesday or Thursday mornings at 9:30. One day’s notice is appreciated to avoid times when the Preschool has special activities scheduled.



It is necessary to be concerned about the importance of educating a really beautiful human spirit.  ~Shinichi Suzuki


Fall Preschool is underway, however we still have openings for 2, 3 or 5 days per week. Call us today for more information at 319-248-1248!


5 days ago

Preucil Preschool

Thanks Rachel Kay Ries and The Green Room for hanging out with us on Monday morning! We think you brought some magic, because our word bird is starting to grow!
Photo creds to Lindsey Evans

6 days ago

Preucil Preschool

On Monday, Preucil Preschoolers joined our community in a musical discussion with Rachel Ries, Jesse Elliot, and The Green Room. The preschoolers asked our community, "Why Music?" and shared their original song, Bucket of Hearts, written in collaboration with Rachel Kay Ries. Our community responded by filling our buckets with musical hearts and singing along with us. We are a musical community at Preucil, but Monday, our community grew beyond our school walls.
Thank you to Dave Gould and The Green Room students for including the youngest voices in your musical discussion:
“Children from their very beginnings are active contributors to the life of a community…Bringing children into the public sphere celebrates their potential to contribute and lets them feel the pulse of their future lives.”--The Hundred Languages of Children: The Reggio Emilia Approach
“When thinking of a community, children need to be part of the conversation. Children can offer clarity to the conversation, and in a lot of ways, they can lead us.”—Dave Gould, Green Room Instructor
Thank you Lindsey Evans for the beautiful photos


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We are so grateful to have been a part of this wonderful event!

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We just can't wait to meet Rachel today! ...

We just cant wait to meet Rachel today!
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(319) 248-1248
2916 Northgate Dr.
Iowa City, IA 52245