Miss Cheyenne's Pre-K Academy will open 2-hours late (10:30am) on Thursday, January 31st, 2019 due to emergency weather conditions. If you feel that the road conditions are unsafe, please let Miss Cheyenne know that your child will not be coming for the day. 




    • Hoping to get in contact with another family to schedule a playdate? Click here to get names and phone numbers of your child's peers.  Part-Time (2 days per week)

    • Days: Tuesday and Thursday​ 

    • Age Requirements: Students must turn 4 by 12/31/20. Exceptions may be made based on readiness.

    • Hours: 8:30am-4:00pm

    • Cost: $440 per month

    • Openings: 

    • 2020-2021 School Year: only 0 spots left.

    • Note: 1 day a week is not offered. Tuition rates are not reduced for early pick-up, however early pick-up is available until 12:20pm or after 2:00pm to avoid disturbances during rest time. 

    • Our spring field trip will be to Toby's Youth Theatre on March 20th. 

    • Objective(s): To learn about how things change, caring about myself and others, relationships, rhythm and rhyme, community, and anti-bullying. 

  • 3-year-olds 

    • Must turn 4 by 12/31.

    • 3-year-olds are recommended to attend 2 days a week (Tuesday and Thursdays).

  • Half-Day

    • Days: 5 days per week​

    • Hours: 8:30am-12:20pm

    • Cost: $700 per month*

    • Note: A half-day student must be picked up by 12:20pm to avoid distractions during our transition to rest time. There will be a late fee due immediately for students not picked up on time. 

Letters of the Week:

The most current research shows that teaching letters in context is a much more effective method than the outdated Letter of the Week method. Therefore, we have now transitioned away from teaching a letter of the week. Letters will now be taught through our weekly/monthly themes and units. All the activities that we complete are planned around the themes and units. Just like math activities, literacy activities can also be planned with any theme. Additionally, because letters are integrated into our themes and units, there is not a given timeline for how letters will be learned because students learn letters at their own pace. Please review the At-Home Resources to see how you can support your child learning letters. 

  • Virtual School: (5 days per week)

    • Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (part-time is not available for virtual school)

    • Age Requirements: For students entering kindergarten for the 2021-2022 school year.

    • Hours:

      • Approximately 1 (one) hour per day. Depending on enrollment, students will be grouped based on individual goals and needs. Miss Cheyenne will be in charge of grouping students.

      • The following times will be for online learning and all families should be available during this times:

        • 8:00am-8:55am

        • 9:00am-9:55am

        • 10:00am-10:55am

        • 11:00am-11:55am

    • Cost: $500 per month

We are currently on a waitlist for the 2019-2020 school year. Fill out an application here to get onto our waitlist. Early enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year will begin in November.

Q: Is Miss Cheyenne's Pre-K Academy a licensed program?

A: Yes! Miss Cheyenne's Pre-K Academy is licensed by the Maryland State Department of Education (license number: 254171). Additionally, Miss Cheyenne and any staff have background checks and fingerprinting as required by MSDE. 

Q: Do teachers/staff participate in continuing education?

A: Yes! Per MSDE licensing requirements, Miss Cheyenne participates in 12-hours of continuing education each year and additional courses as needed to maintain her teaching license. Any additional staff or teachers would also be required to take continuing education courses each year as well. 



Miss Cheyenne’s Pre-K Academy is a non-profit private education association. Being a PEA gives both staff and families more freedom in the education of their students. All teachers and staff are required to have completed background checks, fingerprinting, and professional development to ensure the safety and a high-quality education.

Summer School:
Current MCPKA students that will be attending kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year are invited to attend our 6-week Get Ready for Kindergarten program at a discounted rate.*
Discounts and Referral Tuition Credit:
Although Get Ready for Kindergarten is designed for non-MCPKA families or students that attended MCPKA for 9 months or less, there will be a $100 discount for current MCPKA students that attend the full 6-weeks.** Additionally, there will be a referral discount for the MCPKA 2019-2020 school year for families that refer a non-MCPKA family to our Get Ready for Kindergarten program. The referred family must pay for and attend all 6-weeks and mention your name as the the referring family upon registration. Each referral will provide a $50 tuition credit to the referring family and there are no limits for how many referrals that you can make. This means that if you refer all 8 students for our Get Ready for Kindergarten program, you will receive $400 tuition credit towards the upcoming school year!*** Please click here for more information about our summer program. Feel free to contact Miss Cheyenne with further questions. 
*Students must turn 5 by September 1st.
**To receive the $100 discount, a student must be a current MCPKA student and attend for a minimum of 6 months. 
***Tuition credit is non-transferable and cannot be applied towards deposits or other non-tuition fees.







To help you with some ideas of activities to complete at home, I want to share a fantastic resource. These activities reflect what we are doing in the classroom, but feel free to browse on your own as well. Ready Rosie can also be used with babies all the way to 3rd grade.


Click here to register (using the zip code 76201). Ready Rosie has short educational videos that you watch and then complete together. The videos require minimal to no preparations. Feel free to also browse for your own videos and use with other children in your home as well. Within the video page, you will discover why the given activity is important for your child’s academic growth, find ways to simplify the activity, or make it more challenging for your child. 


Lily Pad Hop

Keep It Up

Shaving Cream Shapes

Special Day Countdown

Keep It Up

How Old Are You?

Setting the Table

Bookcase Problem

Sorting Laundry

Cereal Challenge

Apple Pie

Block Tower

Dino Dig

Follow the Leader

Sharing Goldfish

Crazy Counting

Rub a Dub Counting

The Number Stays the Same

How Many in the Car?

Block Tower

Counting Signs

One, Two, Moo

Three Little Animals

Give me Five

Language Arts:

Frog Hopping

Silent Opposites

Predicting Vocabulary

Grocery Store Conversations

Making a Grocery List (great for introducing beginning sounds)

Weekend News (one of my personal favorites)

Twinkle, Twinkle, Rhymes 

Rhyming with Jack and Jill

Sliding to Nursery Rhymes

Grocery Sack Syllables

Table Riddles

Mystery Bag

Getting Information from Pictures

Jump Rope Letters

Words on the Page

Think About It

Thank You Note

Alphabet Clapping

Recalling What Happening in a Story

Name Game

Write Your Name

Magnetic Letter Mix Up

Making Letter Soup

Art/Fine Motor:

Torn Paper Art

Detailed Drawing of a Face

Shaving Cream Shapes


Brushing Your Teeth

My Address

Social-Emotional Learning:

Taking Turns

Choosing the Right Voice

Following Directions

Sharing a Meal

Sharing Goldfish  

Talking About Your Feelings

If You’re Happy and You Know It

Reading Emotions

Funny Faces