Over 25 years of growing little hearts and minds!

Enrollment for 2021-22 school year opens March 15

As a ministry of Christ the Savior Lutheran Church, we believe that children are uniquely and wonderfully made by God and that they are naturally creative and curious about the world around them. We strive to provide a rich environment for your child to create, explore, learn and grow.

Request for enrollment may be made anytime by completing a registration form.

2020 - 2021 Registration Form

Enrollment for the 2021/22 School Year will be in March. Please feel free to submit a registration form before then and you will be notified in March of your enrollment. Tours are currently available Monday-Friday from 8:45 - 9:15 am OR 1:30 - 2:30 pm. Please call/email to schedule a tour.

2021 - 2022 Registration Form


Noah's Ark offers two weeks of summer play camps for children age 2 (by the start of camp) through entering 1st grade. The camps are taught by Noah's Ark teachers and cost $90 per child per week. Parents provide a packed lunch for their child. Spaces are limited, so register early.

Armor of God

Monday, June 7 - Thursday, June 10
9:15 am to 1:15 pm

Jesus Loves the Children of the World

Monday, July 12 - Thursday, July 15
9:15 am to 1:15 pm

Complete the following form to register for Summer Play Camp:


If your child did not attend Noah's Ark for the 2020/21 school year, we will also need a Medical Consent Form filled out for them to attend Summer Camp.



Our mission is to provide quality early education in a nurturing and loving, Christ-centered environment fostering a love of Jesus, curiosity for learning and caring for others.

We believe curriculum should provide a framework to stimulate learning through play-based activities which promote the spiritual, emotional, physical, social and cognitive development of each child. That’s why we use the Indiana Early Learning Foundations as a guide for our preschool learning goals and meet the Indiana State Department of Education standards for our Kindergarten.


Children are accepted without regard to their own or their parents’ race, color, religion, national origin, gender, or cultural heritage. The program will do it’s best to make reasonable accommodations for children with special needs based on an individualized assessment of the child and in consultation with teachers, parents, other developmental professionals. If it is determined that the child would best be served in a different setting, Noah’s Ark will provide the parents with information to contact the Indiana Association for Child Care Resource & Referral.

Noah's Ark completed an ELEA accreditation self-study to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of the program. The self-study includes a center overview; professional standards for administration and teachers; and a total of 75 mission, curriculum and operation standards. The accreditation process also requires that programs meet the minimum state criteria for early childhood centers. The full self-study is over 200 pages in length. This Summary Report highlights what the team found to be school strengths, improvements made to the program and plans for next steps as a result of the process.