Project Description

About Our Preschool Program

The preschool programs at PacPoint offer a balanced approach to academics, free play, and group and social activities, all within a structured format using ACSI Purposeful Design curriculum for children 3 years (potty-trained) to pre-kindergarten. Our staff is committed to demonstrate the love of Christ and has a heart to serve your children.

Pacific Point Christian’s Preschool campus is located on the lower, north side of South Valley Community Church. Our spacious facilities provide the children with (4) inviting classrooms and (2) outdoor playgrounds.

Stephanie Gamble
Preschool Director
Amy Graves
Business Office Manager
Rebecca Perez
Jennifer Welch
IT Supervisor/Communications
Linda Hendrickson
Preschool Instructor
Sam Moreno
Preschool Instructor
Cindy Cline
Preschool Aide

Uniform Policy for All Preschoolers

Official school uniform items are to be worn at all times, except for Free Dress Days.
Official school uniform items are to be in colors of White, Dark Charcoal Grey, Purple, and Black.

Field trips: Pacific Point Christian School purple logo t-shirts or purple logo polo, available from the French Toast website, must be worn on all field trips.

Hair: Hair must be kept out of the eyes. Boys’ hair must be cut off of the collar. Extreme hairstyles, as interpreted by the administration, are not permitted. No unnatural hair color is permitted.

Hair Accessories: Hair accessories must not be distracting and unsafe. No distracting add-ins such as feathers and colored hair.

Hats: Approved hats and beanies are available for purchase from the school spirit wear store online. See the website for more information. Beanies and hats may be worn outside only. Brims must be forward-facing at all times.

Jewelry: Simple necklaces no longer than the collarbone may be worn. Simple bracelets may be worn. Earrings are to be worn by girls only. Earrings are to be post-style, no bigger than a dime. No more than two earrings in each ear. Students may not have nose-rings, body piercing, or tattoos.

Makeup/ Nail Polish: Light or modest makeup is permitted for 6th – 12th grade only. Well-manicured nail polish is permitted in solid colors, no black.

Outerwear: Outerwear is defined as clothing worn over uniform pieces, especially for outdoor use. Outerwear is permitted in any color or style. However, for outerwear to be acceptable for indoor use, outerwear must be in accordance with Pacific Point Christian Schools’ colors in white, black, charcoal grey, and purple.

Polo Shirts: Polo shirts are required to have the Pacific Point Christian School logo in white, black, charcoal grey, and purple, in either long or short sleeves.

Pants and shorts: Pants and shorts must be solid black or grey uniform-type pants or shorts. No denim. Pants must be worn at the waist. No sagging. No athletic pants, knit pants, leggings, or jeggings worn as pants.

Shoes: Shoes must be closed-toed, closed-heeled, rubber-soled. No clogs or sandals. Athletic shoes are recommended for the school day and are required for PE classes. Shoelaces must be tied on top of shoes and not tucked in shoes. Shoes may be of any color. However, shoes must not be distracting in appearance; no lights or wheels. School administration has the final authority.

Socks/Tights: Socks must match each other and be free of offensive decoration. Tights must coordinate with uniform colors. Footless tights/leggings are permitted in coordinated school colors. No knit pants or sweatpants are permitted.

Sunglasses: Sunglasses are permitted outside only.

Sweaters/ Sweatshirts: Long-sleeved pullover, button-down, or zipper Pacific Point logo wear in white, charcoal grey, purple or black.

T-shirts/ Spirit Wear shirts: Boys and girls may wear spirit wear shirts on Fridays only. T-shirts and spirit wear shirts must have a Pacific Point Christian Schools logo present. Spirit wear shirts are available for purchase from the school spirit wear store online. See the website for more information.

Undergarments: Undergarments must be worn and must not be visible. Bike shorts in school colors must be worn underneath all dresses, jumpers, and skirts, even when wearing tights.

Uniform for boys:
Black or grey pants and shorts that meet the aforementioned guidelines. Polo shirts with Pacific Point Christian School logo in white, black, charcoal grey, and purple, in either long or short sleeves.

Uniform for girls:
Black or grey pants and shorts, skirts, capris, and dresses that meet the aforementioned guidelines. Polo shirts with Pacific Point Christian School logo in white, black, charcoal grey, and purple, in either long or short sleeves.

*It is advisable to have any questions clarified prior to purchase before tag removal. *

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Catrina Kalesh

Upcoming Events

Preschool Campus

8095 Kelton Dr.
Gilroy, CA 95020
Phone:  (408) 847-7922
Facility #434411994

"I have 2 kids in Pacific Point. We have been members of the Pac Point family since 2017. We are grateful for the Christian values. All the teachers and administrators have compassionate hearts. We know our children are receiving a top-notch education in a safe and warm environment." -Nneka Chiazor "Pac Point is doing such an amazing job in keeping the kids and staff safe, following all the proper guidelines. My son is so happy to finally be back in school and make friends and learn. The teachers and staff are just wonderful. We love Ms. T. She is always showing how much she cares for our children and helps them out when they need it. We love Pac Point ." -Veronica Marquez "Pac Point has been a major blessing for our family. I changed jobs in May and we moved from LA to the Bay Area during COVID19. Needless to say, it was a significant challenge. Abigayle and Izabelle have been troopers but were already struggling at their local public school. Immediately upon enrolling at PPC, the Lord opened up in-class education and they were able to attend. In the time they've been there, they have both fallen in love with the school. I've never seen them so happy to go to class and do their homework. Their printed weekly homework schedule is a dream come true. It's never been easier for my wife and I to keep the girls on track! With Abby's ADHD she's really struggled since 1st grade. We were so proud and overjoyed to see her last report card full of A's, we almost cried! I asked Abby why she thinks that even though this school is harder, she is doing better. She said that her teacher spends more time with her and helps keep her focused. We are humbled by the experience with Pacific Point and are grateful from the bottom of our hearts." -Steven Hickman "My son is a first-grader at Pac Point . This is our second year at Pac Point and we really like the intimate, smaller class size atmosphere. Another thing that I really appreciate is that you have chapel and music class and that you do prayer and still say the Pledge of Allegiance before starting class! These are some of the things that many schools have dropped, but I think are so important. The only gripe I have is that sometimes it seems like I get too many emails throughout the week. Some are repetitive reminders & the teachers are already reminding us of the email they send, but I think over-communicating is better than under communicating, so not a big deal." -Mariah Cortez