Of the approximately 4,500 four years olds in Forsyth County each year, 2,700 are eligible for publicly-funded Pre-K based on family income, yet only 1,300 children are enrolled due to insufficient state and local funding. At the same time, middle-class families struggle to find affordable, high-quality Pre-K programs. We can do better.
The Pre-K Priority educates and advocates for affordable, high-quality Pre-K programs in Forsyth County. We invite community support and input while seeking the commitment of public officials, business leaders, and neighborhood champions to bring about successful efforts to expand pre-k education.