Childcare and Preschool - Beulah Campus

Marcus Pointe Christian Preschool is more than just a daycare. Our early learning programs encourage social, academic, and spiritual growth at every developmental stage for children one to three years old at our Beulah campus. Our Christ-centered curriculum and family atmosphere allow students to flourish in a safe and loving environment. Our Beulah Campus is one of our two preschool locations.

Expert Care

In our care, one-year-old children begin learning sign language, explore through arts and crafts, music and dance, and practice their socializing and sharing skills in the classroom and on the playground. We introduce the Bible through learning prayers and hearing stories of favorite Bible characters. 

Our two and three-year-old students begin focusing on motor skills such as cutting, tracing, drawing, and holding a pencil. They learn the basics such as numbers, shapes, colors, the alphabet, and much more! They also begin potty training and engage in independent play. Our three-year-old students enter the K4 program well prepared academically and socially. 

Our trained preschool staff care immensely about our students, and our facilities rank among the best in Pensacola for being bright, clean, and spacious. With our Christian elementary school at our main campus, you can enroll your three year old in our K4 program for the following year. 


Before enrolling your child, please read the entire student handbook, as it contains important information regarding our preschool policies and procedures. 

We consider your enrollment complete once you submit the following documents and fees to our office:

  • Completed enrollment application
  • Immunization form or religious letter of exemption if you do not immunize 
  • Physical record 
  • Copy of birth certificate 
  • Registration and supply fee

*Marcus Pointe Christian School admits students of any race, color, nationality, and/or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, and activities generally afforded, or made available to, students at the school. It does not discriminate based on race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admission policies, and athletic or other school-administered programs.