Best Preschools in Pleasanton, CA

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St. Clare's Christian Preschool

3350 Hopyard Rd Pleasanton, CA

Christian preschool, affiliated with St. Clare's Episcopal Church. Curriculum includes play-based...

2 yr - 5 yr Full Time, Part Time

STEAM Preschool

4667 Bernal Ave Pleasanton, CA

Focusing on Science, Technology, Enginering, Arts and Math, this facility has a multifaceted...

$620 - $1350

Hill N Dale Center (Cape Head Start)

4150 Dorman Rd Pleasanton, CA

This is a Head Start/Early Head Start Program at the Hill'n'Dale center. This is a subsidized...

0 mo - 6 yr Full Time, Part Time, After Care

Montessori School Of Pleasanton

3410 Cornerstone Ct Pleasanton, CA

Large Montessori program in Pleasanton for toddlers through preschoolers. Safe area is available for...

Gingerbread Preschool

4333 Black Ave Pleasanton, CA

Part-time, recreational program provided through the Pleasanton Library and Recreation Department....

Part Time

FAQs About Pleasanton Preschool

  • How many preschools are in Pleasanton?
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    Based on Winnie provider data, there are currently 24 preschool providers in Pleasanton.

  • How much does preschool cost in Pleasanton?
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    The average monthly price for Pleasanton preschools is $3282. This is based on provider data for preschools listed on Winnie.

  • How many providers in Pleasanton accept preschoolers aged 3-4 years?
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    Based on Winnie provider data, there are 21 preschools in Pleasanton that accept kids ages 3-4 years old.

  • What types of preschool curriculums are offered in Pleasanton?
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    The 8 most popular preschool curriculum types in Pleasanton include: Academic-Based, Play-Based, Blended Curriculum, Montessori, Religious, Bilingual, Mixed Age, Language Immersion.

More About Pleasanton, CA

Pleasanton is a suburb of Oakland with over 79,000 residents. Despite its larger population, many residents are attracted to the area due to its small town feel. The cost of living is higher than average with the majority of residents owning homes. Top rated public schools include Foothill High School, Fairlands Elementary School, and Henry P. Mohr Elementary School.