Game in early childhood is the best foundation for success in school. It develops all necessary learning skills.
Our activities will challenge and develop
your child’s creativity, imagination, thinking skills, and social skills.
Our center provides many educational activities to keep your kids engaged. They learn when playing.

A Few Words About WBCNS

Welcome to West Boylston Community Nursery School. We are looking forward to serving you and your children in our nurturing preschool setting and thank you for choosing us. The school is a non-profit program, sponsored and owned by the First Congregational Church. The program has served young children and families from area communities for over 45 years. Children are provided opportunities to explore curriculum topics through hands-on activities and play. The curriculum and age-appropriate materials allow children to develop through each stage of learning at their own pace. It is our goal to make the transition from home to school as smooth as possible by providing you with our policies, procedures and philosophy. If you need any clarification of information, please feel free to contact the Director, Heidi Pisano, at the school, or email We value your input. It is our hope that your child’s experiences will be positive, pleasant and productive. We are looking forward to having your child in our program. Thank you for choosing West Boylston community Nursery School; we hope to live up to all of your expectations.

  • The mission of the Community Nursery School of to provide families with quality affordable programs in a safe and nurturing environment for children from infant to Pre-K. We follow developmentally appropriate practices in accordance with the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
  • Through the professional staff of the teachers and varied support professionals, we strive to help each child reach his/her personal potential. The goals and objectives are to meet the children’s physical, emotional, cognitive and gross motor skills. We will provide an environment that encourages creativity, social skills, self-esteem, and an appreciation of the arts and respects diversity.
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WBCNS provides the following services

Learning through play

children can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally,  gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments.

Education Services

The first two years of a child’s life are spent in the creation of a child’s first “sense of self”, most children are able to differentiate between themselves by 2 years old.

Toys and Games

We carefully choose our unique preschool toys to make sure we offer only the best, most innovative toys that will plunge your preschooler into hours of creative play. Whether they’re splashing around with our water toys or building and exploring with our preschool toys, your children will enjoy hours of imaginative fun.

Child Care

Our degreed teachers love their jobs and are provided benefits including professional development, First Aid and CPR. All teachers have background checks yearly which include CORI, SORI and fingerprinting. Teachers are not offered employment until this process is complete.

Love and Care

We want all of our students to have the opportunity to grow physically, emotionally, socially, intellectually through play, exploration, learning with others in a fun, safe, and healthy environment.

Physical Activity

Children are offered various opportunities to engage in gross motor throughout the day. Full day children get outside time 3 times a day and half day children get outside time once a day. On days that the weather keeps us from going out the children still have a chance to run and play down in “the big room” where the teachers set up games and obstacle courses for them to explore.


We are West Boylston
Community Nursery School

Starting school is an exciting experience for a young child, but it can also be a difficult one. Whatever the personality of the child, however eager your child may seem there may be a moment when he suddenly realizes that his parent(s) is not going to stay at school. The apprehension that accompanies this is a normal reaction. Most children have little difficulty adjusting to school after they have made an initial visit. Never the less, it is important to introduce the child to the school in a way that will make the separation as easy as possible. This is how we help you to do that, you are welcomed and encouraged to visit the school before your child’s first day. This will give your child a chance to see the classroom set up, meet some of the children, see where his/her cubby is as well as where the bathrooms are located. The teachers can answer any additional questions you may have.

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Want to get more information about WBCNS or would like to see it inside, feel free to schedule a tour.
Come visit us today!