Noah's Ark Christian Learning Center


Program Details

Director, Danielle Anderson,  372-4543

We provide FULL TIME/and PART TIME programs Monday thru Friday from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. 

Noah’s Ark Christian Learning Center is a licensed center serving children from ages 2.5 to 12 years old including preschool, 4K this is a ministry of Tomah First United Methodist Church. Contact Danielle Anderson for enrollment information. 

We partner with the Tomah School District to offer 4-K classes in the afternoons.  To enroll, contact the School District Office. 


We are a Non-Denominational Christian Learning Center. We see this as a privilege  and we are careful to make sure that means something other than in name. We also want to be doing more than highlighting God during Christmas and Easter. So, in addition to those special times , we start each class with a child's prayer. A Bible story is read each day and we pray before our snack. Of course books, puzzles and games are used that have a Christian theme. We also talk freely about God's loving us and how to love others. By doing these things we feel we are inviting God into each day and making him a priority in our student's lives. 

This school was established to provide an opportunity for 3 and 4 year old children to play and learn in a caring Christian environment.  Our goal is to foster development of the whole child (spiritual, emotional, creative, and physical) and install a life-long love of learning.

We also provide Tinder/Pups 4 year old Kindergarden in partnership with the Tomah School District.

If you are interested in enrolling please call our church office. 

Current News

We have openings for the 2024 school year. Contact us for questions.


Playground Loan Balance as of April 1, 2024

Total Cost of Playground $175,500.

 Loan Amount $101,078.00 

Lenten Project

First UMC and NACLC collected cereal boxes for Neighbor for Neighbor this Lenten Season. At the end of the season the NACLC students set up the boxes like dominos and knocked them down. Go to our Facebook page to watch the video of the long chain reaction.

Danielle Anderson, Director

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