The child
is made of one hundred.
The child has
a hundred languages
a hundred hands
a hundred thoughts
a hundred ways of thinking
of playing, of speaking.

A hundred always a hundred
ways of listening
of marveling, of loving
a hundred joys
for singing and understanding
a hundred worlds
to discover
a hundred worlds
to invent
a hundred worlds
to dream.

​- Loris Malaguzzi

FMPCP is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. We offer an infant-toddler, preschool and after school program We have a variety of full time and part time options, including a half-day program for three to five year old children. 

Fort Mill Preparatory Cooperative Preschool is an A+ rated school through the SC ABC Child Care Quality Center

Click here to learn more about the Reggio Emelia approach to learning that we are implementing here at

Fort Mill Prep. 

Contact information 

2721 Old Nation Rd.

Fort Mill, SC 29715

ph. (803) 548-8123

fax (803)548-8475

Email: fortmillprep@gmail.com

Welcome to Fort Mill Preparatory Cooperative Preschool!

School Philosophy

Welcome to Fort Mill Preparatory Cooperative Preschool. At the cooperative preschool, our philosophy
 is that children learn through the Reggio Emilia approach that meets the early learning standards in the state of South Carolina. Our program is implemented by experienced teachers, that will foster joy and encourages young children to explore, create and experiment. 
The philosophy sees the child as continually developing in all areas including physical, social-emotional, cognitive and creative domains. We see each child as a unique individual and respect and respond to their individual needs. The child's family is seen as an integral part of the program and they participate in all areas of the program. 
 

"Families are the well spring that creates and nurtures the children in our classrooms. When working closely with families we help to foster their sense of belonging and their confidence. We help to strengthen parents' capacity to support their children over a lifetime." 

(by Gayle Fischer and Bridget Murray, "When Teachers Reflect")