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St. Boniface Preschool

817 Massachusetts Ave./Route 2A, Lunenburg, MA

Director: Sandy Vettese

Telephone: 978-582-7110

Open Year Round, Monday - Friday For Children Ages 2.9 - 5 years


St. Boniface Early Education School is non-denominational and offers full and half day preschool and childcare programs. We also offer afternoon Pre-K for 4-5 year olds (must be entering Kindergarten the following year) from 1:00 - 3:00 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (limited to 9 students).


St. Boniface Early Education School also offers:

  • Observation based assessments that demonstrate progress
  • Small group instruction
  • Field trips and in house visitors from the community
  • Daily communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child.
  • Age-appropriate learning centers promote language and literacy, mathematics, creative arts and music, and scientific discovery.


        St. Boniface Early Education School opened in August 2006. The school was started with one goal in mind: to provide the highest quality education and childcare possible for your child. Our mission is to offer age appropriate learning experiences that will help form a foundation for future overall growth.

        Our dedicated and caring teachers provide plenty of individual attention to support your child’s unique needs. The classrooms are designed with many different hands-on learning centers that encourage children to explore and discover at their own pace. The classrooms are bright, child friendly, and are air conditioned in the warm weather. St. Boniface Early Education School provides a yearly curriculum that reflects a variety of learning experiences. Our preschool is a fun place to be as it offers your child an introduction to school. We have thematic units along with learning colors, numbers, alphabet and an introduction to sign language. Each unit incorporates language, math, science, social studies, creative arts, motor skills and social development.

        Each day is started with a group meeting where the children are greeted; each child is allowed to share something about themselves with our special “All about Me Bag.” We also start the day with the Pledge of Allegiance and singing patriotic songs. The children collect coins each year for the Relay for Life and we use this as a Math unit teaching the children how to count and identify coins. We provide meaningful opportunities for children to learn through play and hands-on experience. Learning should be fun!