585 General Steuben Road
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Upper Merion Baptist Nursery School

About Our Nursery School

We are a ministry of the Upper Merion Baptist Church in King of Prussia.

At UMBNS we believe that it should be fun to learn and to grow!

We believe that every child is a unique creation of God and our excellent staff nurtures each child with the unconditional love of God and God’s Son, Jesus Christ.

We believe that each child will grow in confidence and acquire a sense of self worth in our loving and accepting environment.

We believe that with gentle guidance each child’s unique imagination and creativity will be released.

We believe that it is important for each child to learn how to treat other children with respect and dignity and to accept and value each other’s differences.

We believe that providing your children with a variety of experiences in our school setting as well as out in our community enhances their overall learning experience.

We provide a safe, loving, and academic rich environment to ensure that your child is not only developmentally prepared for kindergarten but also socially and spiritually.

These are just a few of the reasons that our school has an excellent reputation with generations of parents and with the Upper Merion School District for more than 30 years.


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Every child deserves to know that he or she is loved unconditionally, accepted fully and completely and created by God to be unique—and very, very special.

About Us

Our Nursery School/Preschool is a ministry of the Upper Merion Baptist Church in King of Prussia. We have over 30 years of experience nurturing children, preparing them for school, for life, and for a relationship with Jesus Christ.
We lovingly accept children of all faiths.

School Day

Each school day includes free play, large and small group experiences, family-style snack time, special projects such as art, music/movement and community life.
Our classes are language rich to encourage conversation and socialization and to enhance emerging reading and writing skills.