We know searching for a church home can be tough and even, at times, frustrating. Our desire is to make your visit to The Heights as enjoyable and warm as possible, with no surprises. To help eliminate frustrations for you, we’ve included several important pieces of information for you to know. Always feel free to contact our Preschool Minister in advance or our Preschool office if you have questions. You can reach us at 972-238-7243, Monday through Friday.

Check in begins at the Preschool Reception desk on first floor. First time guests will need to fill out a form listing your contact number and your child’s name and birthday. Your email is also helpful for us in case we need to follow up with anything.


At The Heights, we take your child’s safety very seriously. We have processes in place to give you peace of mind when your child visits Preschoolers at The Heights. Our hallways are secured by locked doors with access granted only with proper identification.

Visit the Preschoolers at The Heights reception area to get your child(ren)’s name tag.

You will receive a name tag displaying your child’s name that is to be placed prominently on your child’s clothing.

In addition to your child’s name tag, you will be given a printed receipt for child pick-up that bears a randomized alphanumeric code. This code is also on your child’s name tag.

You may also print optional asset tags to label your child’s belongings.

Parents must print a name tag for themselves. We are happy to help you with this at our Preschoolers at The Heights Desk. Access to the Preschool hallways will not be allowed without a child’s name tag and a parent receipt tag.



A snack is provided for your preschooler during their stay in Preschool. The snack is typically saltine crackers and water. Allergy Alerts will be posted outside of each classroom’s door if the lesson plans call for a different snack.

Please inform your child’s teacher of any allergies during the drop-off process. Allergy Alert stickers are available for your preschooler to wear.  If your child has specific dietary needs, you are welcome to send a small peanut free snack with your child.