Creative School

Hearts for Loving, Hands for Learning


The Creative School is a non-profit school and a ministry of  Walnut Hill United Methodist Church. Educating children in north Dallas for over 50 years, we offer programs for children from 2 years of age through Prekindergarden 4s. We operate on a 9 month calendar, September – May. 


Our morning preschool hours are 9 A.M.  – 12 noon with an optional extended program until 2 pm. We provide a secure and Christian environment that encourages children to learn and grow. 


Our preschool curriculum is developmentally appropriate and addresses all areas of early childhood development including: literacy, math, science, art and fine motor. Enrichment classes include Music and Movement, Spanish, and Library. Our older children also attend a weekly chapel service.  

Our Purpose

We offer programs for children from 2 years of age through 4 years of age. Children are enrolled for a nine month school year beginning in September and ending in May.

Our purpose

  • To provide children a secure and loving Christian environment that encourages each child to grow and develop at their own pace.
  • To offer a preschool curriculum that is thoughtfully planned and developmentally appropriate. Our curriculum addresses all areas of early childhood development, including literacy, math, science, fine motor development, art and music and movement.
  • To emphasize and encourage the creative nature of all young children through play and exploration.

School Tours
We have limited opening for each school year. Please call our office at 214-352-0732 to check for availability or to schedule a tour of our school .

Our Teachers
The school is staffed by dedicated teachers who love working with young children. Our teachers are degreed with majority specialized in the Elementary Education, Early Education and related fields. Teachers attend 24 hours of training annually in childhood education/child development.

Nondiscriminatory Policy
The Creative School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs.