Covina Preschool, Daycare & Infant Care – Grace Lutheran Church


“Let the little children come to Me.”

These are the words of Jesus (Mark 10:13-16). We are firm believers in the fact that the Church is a place for children. We have a responsibility to guide them in their faith development, and, in that process, we realize how much we can learn from them.

Our preschool and infant care is one where all are welcome. We accept all children six weeks to five years in age, without consideration of race, color, religion, nation of origin, or ancestry.

Our program is designed to help a child’s individual growth regarding “self and others”.

The program is planned but flexible, trying to maintain a balance between active and quiet experiences. It includes times for free outdoor play on equipment suitable for a young child. The program also focuses on all domains of early childhood education and development, including the aspects of emotional, spiritual, social, and cognitive growth.

Our facility is open Monday through Friday year-round, with childcare offered between 6:30 am and 7:00 pm.

If you desire more information on Grace Lutheran Preschool and Infant Care, please contact our director, Christy Arreguin, at 626.967.5855 or via email.


  • Covina Preschool Class Room
  • Covina Daycare Playground
    Our Playground
  • Daycare Preschool Covina Lutheran
    Covina Lutheran Preschool
  • Covina Church Preschool Daycare
    Covina Daycare for Preschoolers


“I absolutely love this pre-school! My daughter started at 2 years old and has been there a little over 2 years now.  Shortly after starting she literally bloomed & began talking non-stop. We saw the change  almost immediately.  She’s learned to socialize with kids her age, numbers, letters and colors right away. They even helped w/ potty training early on.  The environment is very nurturing and the entire staff  is caring & engaged with all of the children.  I can go on & on with praise!  I’m thankful for Grace Lutheran & would surely send my next child there!”

— Veronica M. Azusa

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