Preschool Information

Fairmont Preschool, Kettering Ohio
3705 Far Hills Avenue
Kettering, OH 45429

Tracy Landgren, Director

ESTABLISHED 1957 – Fairmont Church Preschool is celebrating its 59th anniversary: 59 years of continued operation and service to the community in early childhood education.  Although sponsored by Fairmont Church, the program has never been limited to church families and many of the children are from non-Fairmont families.

Fairmont Preschool offers children a wide variety of creative and educational toys and equipment.  Rooms are spacious and well-planned, providing an excellent environment for both group and individual play and activities.

The staff is highly qualified and members continue their education by regularly taking courses and attending meetings, conferences, and workshops. Our preschool is a self-supporting non-profit.  We are happy to offer the following programs:

Four-Year-Old Class (4 days/week class)
HOURS: 8:30-11:30 M, T, W and F

Four-Year-Old Class (3 days/week class)
Your child will be in the same class as the 4-day students. He/she will just attend M, W, and F.
HOURS: 8:30-11:30 M, W, F

Three Year Old Class  (3 days/week class)
HOURS: 8:30-11:30 M, W, F

CLICK HERE for a printable registration form!

We are licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Our teacher/student ratio for 4-year-olds is 12 to 1 and for 3-year-olds is 10 to 1.

Fairmont Preschool is in operation Monday through Friday, from the last week of August through the third week of May. We follow the Kettering City Schools calendar.  Fairmont Preschool does not discriminate in the enrollment of children upon the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, or national origin.

Visits for prospective students and their families may be scheduled by calling the director, Mrs. Tracy Landgren, at school: 299-3539, Monday-Friday, 8am-1pm.


Our purpose is to provide a Christian atmosphere to supplement and enrich a children’s home life. Our goal is to help each child develop a positive self-image through daily experiences in:

  1. Gaining a measure of independence by caring for him/herself.
  2. Growing emotionally and spiritually by learning to get along with his/her teachers and peers.
  3. Learning to share toys and to wait for his/her turn.
  4. Beginning to accept some responsibility for his/her own behavior.

We strive to help each child have a first school experience that is positive and happy and will encourage a good attitude toward school, teachers, friends, and learning.