About Us

A Welcoming Faith Community. Growing, Caring and Serving.

Zion Pre-K Anoka - Quality Preschool Education Philosophy
Since 1968, Zion Pre-K has provided families in Northwest Metro with exceptional educational experiences for their children. We offer 11 sessions of preschool for 3, 4 & 5 year old students during a school year that runs from September to May. Classes are half-day in length, from 9 am to 12 noon. There is a Lunch Bunch option from 12 noon to 2 pm, and High Fives meet three days a week from 9 am to 2 pm. The school serves about a hundred children and is licensed by the State of Minnesota Department of Human Services.

Quality Christian Preschool - Zion Pre-K

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Mission & Philosophy

Vision Statement

Zion Lutheran Church and Zion Pre-K are a welcoming faith community. Growing, caring and serving.


The mission of Zion Lutheran Church and Zion Pre-K is to offer a quality preschool education in a secure Christian environment.

Educational Philosophy

Train a child in the way they should go, and when they are old they will not turn from it. - Proverbs 22:6

As a ministry of Zion Lutheran Church, Zion Pre-K provides quality preschool education and varied activities that foster the physical, social, intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs of children within a safe, creative, relaxed and stimulating Christian environment. Zion’s preschool staff will accomplish this by:

  • Creating a positive atmosphere where all children are loved and accepted.
  • Fostering relationships among children, their families, Christian educators and the community.
  • Providing age appropriate experiences and materials which stimulate and develop creative thinking and problem solving, as the child prepares for Kindergarten.
  • Building a climate of confidence where children can learn and grow.
  • Sharing with children the love of Jesus and celebrating with them in God’s creation.
  • Encouraging children to know and follow the way of God’s love as taught in the scriptures.