Skip to content

info@redbarnpreschool.com | (503) 630-2365  |  P.O. Box 1309 Estacada, OR 97023 |  396 NE Pierce St, Estacada, Oregon

Red Barn Pre-School in Estacada is for Kids 3-5 years old. 

Play

Play

Learn

Learn

Grow

Grow

RedBarnLogo

21-22 School Calendar

Click the link: CALENDAR ’21-’22

About us

Established in 1977, Red Barn Pre-School is a non-profit, non-sectarian, state-certified, private cooperative pre-school. Governed by a board of parents, the school offers families an opportunity to be involved in their child’s first educational experience. Red Barn is a member of the Parent-Child Preschools Organization, a multi-state association of cooperative preschools. 

RedBarnLogo

Why A Cooperative?

The greatest strength of a cooperative school is the benefit the child receives from their parents involvement in their education. Secondary benefits are the opportunities provided for the parents to learn and grow.

Is There A Curriculum?

Red Barn offers extensive curriculum materials and experiences. Art media of all kinds, role playing, music, creative movement, stories, table top toys, building blocks, outside large motor development and field trips provide a large variety of learning important to child development. 

Our Kids

At red Barn our kids learn and grown through play, art, reading and being socially active with their peers.  Our days are all about having fun and helping our kids develop in to their best selves. 

Learn

Learn

Play

Play

Grow

Grow

Kids

Time to Play

Time to Play

Time to Learn

Time to Learn

Time to Grow

Time to Grow

Our Teachers

Our teachers are dedicated to your child’s development. 

Teacher Val 

Val has been with Red Barn since 2012 as a parent and held the board position as president for 2 years. She was hired in 2014 as head teacher and has her degree in Early Childhood Education.

orange-hand

Teacher Madison

Welcome Madison to our teaching team! She has been a parent at Red Barn since 2019. She has held multiple board positions. Madison has many years of experience working with young children.

orange-hand

Teachers

Parent Involvement

Studies show that when parents are involved in the schooling of their children, the results are academic progress, increased skills, more realistic expectations, and improved parent-child relationships.

Art Media

Art Media

Hands-on Life Science

Hands-on Life Science

Outside Development

Outside Development