First Wesleyan Christian School provides various child care services for children ages 2-12. These programs include a state licensed, full-time, academic child care center for ages 2-5, afterschool extended child care for FWCS and Piedmont Charter students in grades K-5, and a full-time summer camp child care program for children in grades K-7.
All preschool students receive year-round, full-time, child care (M-F) from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. as part of their regular weekly fees. See the tuition page for details and enrollment information.
K-8 child care programs and rates:
Whether it's early in the morning or late after school, FWCS offers child care to fit your schedule
Open to the public; FWCS day care services are open most holidays, when public schools are not in session
On most days when school is not in session, whether it's a holiday or a teacher-institute day, students enjoy a trip off campus for activities such as skating, bowling, Monkey Joe's, Martha River's Park, miniature golf, Tiger World, etc.
Open to the public; FWCS summer day care program offers exciting daily activities
Summer day care activities include academic review, art, music, daily devotions, four off-campus trips weekly. to such places as Lineberger Park Public Pool, Monkey Joe's, skating, the Farmer's Market, berry picking, Hickory Dickory Dock, Dan Nicholas Park, Tiger World, etc.
Located eight blocks away, FWCS picks up PCCS students and provides child care until 6:00 p.m.
$55/week (or $12/day)
Contact FWCS's office to obtain specific weekly and/or monthly rates. Full-day child care is available (7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) on most PCCS holidays and nonattendance days for an additional charge.
FWCS has proven to be an excellent choice for our daughter’s educational and spiritual needs. Even though we drive 30 minutes to take her to school, the money we spend on fuel is well worth it. Last year we briefly tried a local public middle school which proved to be a huge mistake. We quickly moved her back to FWCS. We once again have peace of mind and a very happy daughter.
— Lisa Surby
Seventh Grade Parent