Bright classrooms and large playgrounds create the backdrop for a learning environment where preschoolers engage in age-appropriate activities related to a monthly theme.

Life With Pre-Schoolers

Learning stations for math, science, imaginary play, music, creative art and computers provide both shared and independent learning opportunities. Teachers fill these centers with theme-related materials to engage children at each stage of their development.

What Are We Committed To?
  • Preschoolers are introduced to cognitive skills like sequencing and matching, social skills in similarities and diversity and language art skills such as storytelling and process-writing.

  • Learning stations encourage self-reliance and provide opportunities for children to develop their self confidence. Children also practice their decision making as they navigate from center to center.

  • Children are encouraged to progress at their own pace according to their individual needs and abilities.

  • Visits from local museums and libraries, community helpers, doctors and theatrical productions are incorporated into the classroom to provide a real-world learning experience.

  • Computers are an everyday component of the preschool classroom and allow children to practice their new skills.

  • Enrichment programs, such as fitness, art history and manners, are incorporated into each preschooler’s daily schedule.