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THANK YOU! THE SILVER JUBILEE WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!

What a beautiful evening! The Silver Jubilee was a huge success! Thank you to all who attended, donated, volunteered and helped plan the event. Special thanks go to Bon Events,  our Development Director, Toni Goehring, our Financial Manager, Shirlene Ward, our emcee, Patrick Keenan-Devlin and our alumni speaker, David Steinberg. Enormous thanks to Susan Hope-Engel for producing and creating the incredibly heartwarming and moving film “Cherryness” to celebrate our 25th anniversary. At the event, we were thrilled to announce the establishment of the Laurie Levy Scholarship Fund in honor of our founding director. We raised more funds than anticipated – approximately $100,000!!! – for scholarships and our Inclusion Program for children with special needs. We want all of our Cherry friends and family to have the opportunity to view “Cherryness.” Click here to enjoy our 25th anniversary film. Please feel free to share it with your friends and family!

ENROLL NOW FOR THE 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR

Visit our registration page for more information about our program offerings for 2017-18 and application process. Scattered spaces are still available for all ages. Remaining spaces will be filled on a first-come/first-served basis. Interested? Contact us today for up to the moment availability and to schedule a tour!

Dual Language Spanish-English Class

Did you know that Cherry Preschool offers a Dual Language Spanish-English preschool class? The class is for three and four year olds and will meet M-Th from 12:35-3:05 p.m. for the 2017-18 school year.MORE >

A Thanksgiving Tribute to the Cherry Preschool Founders

Enjoy this article by our Founding Director, Laurie Levy, about the amazing group of parents and educators who worked together to create the preschool we all love so dearly. We are forever thankful to them for their vision, leadership, hard work and determination! http://www.chicagonow.com/still-advocating/2016/11/thanksgiving-tribute-to-the-cherry-preschool-founders-there-were-no-selfies-then/

Cherry Preschool’s Annual Appeal

Our annual appeal is one of our primary means of funding our Inclusion, Scholarship and Community Outreach efforts. Read Board President, Steve Zehr’s letter to our friends and families and our State of the School report to see the difference you can make with a donation to Cherry Preschool. Click here to read both.

Scattered Spaces Available For the 2016-17 School Year

Please call or email to check on up-to-the-moment availability as any available spaces are filled on a first-come/first-served basis. Currently we have scattered spaces available for most age groups

  • Please call or email the office to check on availability of spaces in our Inclusion Program for children with special needs.
  • Visit our Registration page and download applications here.
Thank you to Home Depot and some special Cherry parents!

Thanks to Home Depot, Dan Dahl, Matt Barton and several parent volunteers, the Blue and Yellow rooms have beautiful new flooring! Home Depot in Evanston generously donated and provided the labor to install MORE >

Welcome to Our New Website

Welcome to the new website for Warren W. Cherry Preschool. Our website was recreated to provide new resources for prospective parents, parents of enrolled students and alumni of our school.If you are a parent in search of resources for your child or children, we have a comprehensive list of local resources for you on our Resources For Parents pages. MORE >

The Miraculous Founding of Cherry Preschool

Want to get inspired? Click here to read our Founding Director, Laurie Levy’s latest blog about the miraculous founding of Cherry Preschool and the amazing parents who helped make it all possible!

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Could You Use A Little More Time?

A Few Ways to Lengthen Your Child’s Day

There are still openings in both AM & PM Lunch and After-School Care!

AM & PM Lunch & More Program

The AM & PM Lunch & More Program offers children the opportunity to meet new friends from other classrooms, reconnect with old friends from previous classes and experience music and dancing, but most importantly allows children the opportunity to learn to be independent lunch eaters while sharpening up self-help skills. MORE >