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Beth Emeth Early Childhood Center (affectionately known as BEECC) is a Reggio-inspired preschool with a play-based, child-led emergent curriculum. Our students are between the ages of two and five; all children must be at least 24 months old before their first day of school. We offer both full-day and part-day programs. We believe that children are competent and capable citizens of their classrooms, school, and the world. We welcome children and families of all faiths and backgrounds into our loving, joyfully Jewish community.


We are excited to announce that we are now offering families the opportunity to register for both the upcoming school year and our Summer @ BEECC program in one easy step with our new year round full day option.  This new option provides families with full day coverage during both the school year and the summer program, at a discounted price.

In addition to this new registration option, we are proud to continue to provide our signature flexibility that allows each family to curate their child's preschool day in the ways that best fit their family's needs! Just as our class curriculums are child-led and honor the full citizenship of each and every child, we will always prioritize the needs and rights of each and every family in our community. And of course, our preschool will always be full of play, curiosity, and joy.


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Register for the 2024-25 School Year



The fun doesn't have to stop at the end of the school year!  Join us on our teva (nature) adventures during Summer @ BEECC. Our Reggio-inspired, play-full nature camp is filled with hands-on investigations and outdoor learning through science, art,  water play, and more fun.

Summer @ BEECC 2024 consists of 3 three week sessions beginning Monday, June 17 and ending Friday, August 16.

Tuition & Fees


Register for the Summer @ BEECC 2024






Questions? Want to schedule a tour of our preschool? Send us a message below, or call the BEECC Office at (703) 860-4515 x114. 




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