The Train Station is a service provided by Brightmoor Christian Church. It is a Christian based preschool program offered to children who are 18 months to 5 years of age. Our goal is to provide a safe, wholesome and friendly environment where children can learn Christ-centered, basic pre-kindergarten skills
The Train Station Preschool – The facilities are state-of-the-art. The hours are convenient. The staff members are trained and qualified. Our teachers are certified and carefully screened. We exceed state guidelines regarding child/staff ratios. The Train Station provides a wholesome and friendly environment in which children learn social skills in a Christian atmosphere. We want only the best for our children!
WHO WE ARE
Thank you for your interest in The Train Station Preschool. The following forms need to be completed and submitted with a $200.00 enrollment fee for enrollment into The Train Station Preschool. Upon receiving these items you will be contacted as to your placement and start date.
Also included is a parent handbook containing information which briefly describes our program.
We urge you to visit the school to observe our classes in session. Plan to bring your child with you when you visit. We are open to visitors daily and we have an open door policy. There is no need to set up an appointment.
Since the number of children enrolled in our school is limited by the provisions of our state license, as well as the standard of the school, we suggest that you visit us soon so that we can ensure a place for your child.
The Extended Day Program is a ministry of the Train Station Preschool which provides child care for elementary students at Novi Christian Academy before and after regular school hours.
40800 W. 13 Mile Road
Novi Michigan 48377
Judi Sivyer attended Schoolcraft College and Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa where she received her Child Development Credentials. Judi became Montessori trained and started teaching preschool in 1985. Her children started attending Franklin Road Christian School in 1995 and she was hired one year later. She worked as a teachers aid and created an after-school program for FRCS students during her time with FRCS. When the school moved locations, Judi was asked to submit plans to open the preschool. The Train Station Preschool began its first year in the Fall of 2001. Judi now administrates the preschool as well as an extended day program for FRCS. Judi has been married for 36 years and has three adult children and five grandchildren.