Each child, having been created in the image of God, has received from Him the ability to learn. At Saint Mary Magdalene Catholic Preschool, our mission is to continue the Catholic education begun in the heart of the family in a safe and secure environment. We are committed to providing opportunities to grow academically, physically, culturally, socially and spiritually. We promote an early pursuit of knowledge infused with Catholic teaching that will develop students of character and equip them for a lifetime of learning and service.
Whether you are a prospective family or are already a partner with us in Catholic education, we hope this website will provide useful information about us and our many activities. Please contact us if you would like to visit our preschool to see firsthand what SMMCP has to offer your family.
“Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it.”
"I am so delighted every day when I look at the great work my son has done. I think the quality of lessons you do with him is amazing and I thank you so much!"
--Dina L., Simpsonville
"Every expectation we had when we walked through that door the very first day has been fulfilled, plus some. Our son has made wonderful friends, learned by leaps and bounds, and has received the basis for his Catholic faith…what else could we have asked for?"
--Alex C., Fountain Inn
News & Announcements
In celebration of Letter B Week, students are invited to wear something blue on Friday, September 19th.
Mass with the Bishop
All faculty will be attending the Mass celebrated by Bishop Guglielmone on Friday, September 26th at 8:30am. Parents and students are also welcome.
Please note that on this day, the entrance will be open for drop-off immediately following the 8:30am Mass (which may be around 9:30am).
Pizza Lunch Friday
The next Pizza Lunch Day is Friday, September 26th.
In celebration of Letter D Week, students are invited to wear denim on Monday, September 29th.
First Friday Mass
Parents and students are invited to attend First Friday Mass, October 3rd at 8:30am.
Please note that on this day, the entrance will be open for drop-off immediately following the 8:30am Mass (which may be after 9am). For those parents attending the 12:15pm Mass, your children may remain in their classrooms, without penalty, until Mass dismisses.