Hello Parents! 

We had a terrific time in May! Thanks for attending our Donuts for Dads and Muffins for Moms special events. We had a great turnout at Goodberry's, our last spirit night of the school year. 

Thank you for all you do to support GSLP! Have a safe and fun summer!

A Day at the Pond
The 4's and Transitional Kindergartners spent a day at the pond at Laurel Hills Park. A Raleigh Parks and Rec Nature Leader met with them and presented information about pond life. They had a scavenger hunt, found lots of life in the pond, and ended the day with a picnic!
Final week of fun with 4's and 5's

The older kids had a great time with the end of year activities! They had a reading picnic, water day, carnival and paint the teacher day!

Graduation Hollywood Style
The preschool graduates walked on the red carpet to the stage this year! They had their walk of fame handprints, their headshots on a gold star, sunglasses and graduation hats! And, they were excited to get trophies! Thanks to your generous purchases at our book fair, each child received a Bible.
We have a spot for your friend!  Register for Fall 2018

Tell your friends and neighbors to call for a private tour if they are interested in learning more about GSLP. We still have spots available in most classes for the fall.

Grocery Cards
We earned $500 from Harris Teeter this year and $200 from Kroger. Thank you for linking your cards! You will be asked to re-link again in September. 


The mission of GSLP is to provide a Christ-centered early childhood preschool through faith-based education and service in a nurturing inclusive environment. 
The Educational Philosophy of Good Shepherd Lutheran Preschool
The focus of the preschool is to meet children’s needs and stimulate learning in these developmental areas:   *Physical    *Emotional/ Social    *Spiritual    *Cognitive        *Music/Art
To nurture these areas the Preschool’s objectives are to: 
  • Integrate Christian faith formation throughout the curriculum.               
  • Develop a cooperative/supportive relationship between the child, the family and the preschool.
  • Provide developmentally appropriate activities.               
  • Teach children about their relationship with God and all people in the world.               
  • Provide tools for assessment of students’ progress.

Our teachers relate education to the child’s understanding about God and Christian life so that the spiritual and developmental aspects of the curriculum become a foundation for a lifelong faith.