About Anne Sullivan Preschool & Transitional Kindergarten

For more than four decades, Anne Sullivan Preschool and Transitional Kindergarten has proudly served the community, providing our students a solid foundation for lifelong learning.

Anne Sullivan Preschool and Transitional Kindergarten participates in Quality Start Riverside County, a comprehensive system which helps early learning programs improve their quality by offering coaching, training and professional development opportunities. In addition, it establishes evidence-based standards of quality and measures programs using these standards.

We were one of the first early childhood programs to earn accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the nation’s leading organization of early childhood professionals. We maintained accreditation until the year 2021, when the Covid-19 posed a financial hardship for the school to maintain it. However, its high standards are kept in all the classrooms. 

In 2011, our school campus added two new classrooms, funded by a grant received from First Five Riverside. This allowed us to offer our full- and half-day preschool and transitional kindergarten (TK) programs to more families.


Our Philosophy

We work closely with parents to build a foundation for lifelong learning. We believe that children are unique individuals who develop in distinct developmental stages. A child’s sense of wonder and reverence for life — coupled with respect for others and joy for learning — is to be continuously nourished.

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Our Dedicated Staff

Our school is run by members of the Cafh Order at Wildomar. Cafh is a spiritual community that seeks to unfold spiritually by transforming daily life into a continuous opportunity of becoming more conscious, responsible and loving human beings.

Because of their commitment to community and to the school, there is minimal staff turnover. Thus, children at Anne Sullivan Preschool and Transitional Kindergarten can create emotional bonds of trust and security with their teachers and caregivers. 

The staff is also engaged in learning how to meet the needs of each individual child as they express themselves – fostering the essential attitudes of self-confidence and autonomy to continue learning. They promote warm, sensitive and responsive interactions which create a learning environment of peace, acceptance and love, the foundation for an integral growth.


The staff is well qualified, much above licensing requirements. Lead teachers are working toward or presently hold degrees in the following areas: Associate of Arts in Early Childhood, Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Education or related fields, and Teacher Credentials. The teachers frequently attend courses, workshops and seminars to stay abreast with the latest research in education.

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