Our goal is to set a foundation for learning that will assist the children throughout their academic lives. Our students are encouraged to become as autonomous as possible. This is accomplished by providing an exceptional teaching staff and creating a very unique environment. In each of our three separate learning areas (free choice, art, and movement/music) we emphasize; decision making, (choosing activities), and competency (being able to engage in an activity from beginning to end.)


All Programs Have The Option of Extended Hours: 7:45 AM – 5:30 PM


AGE RANGE:2 1/2-3 years old. This class is designed to be the younger child’s first school experience. The program emphasizes the following areas:

  • Socialization
  • Participation in group activities
  • Gaining independence in daily activities
  • Language development
  • Gross motor development
  • Fine motor development
  • Creative expression

    All children must be fully potty trained.


AGE RANGE: 3 1⁄2 to 4 1/2 years This program will expand upon the areas introduced in the 2 day program with refinements and additions such as:

  • Exploring letters and letter sounds
  • Counting and identifying numerals and using basic math concepts and processes.
  • Exploration of the written word through the use of writing
  • and drawing implements.
  • Development of respect for the natural environment.
  • Development of view of self as a member of our community.
  • Sharing and taking turns.
  • Increasing strength and endurance and improving muscular coordination and control.


AGE RANGE: 4 1⁄2 to 6 years The program will have a flexible and individualized curriculum so that if the child is age and developmentally ready he/she may enter the first grade or kindergarten. This program will:

  • Utilize literature and phonics in reading instruction.
  • Include expanded social and natural science curriculum.
  • Teach creative expression of spoken and written language.
  •  Have children learn time planning, co-operation, leadership skills, and organization through utilization of project approach.
  • Expand math skills to include simple addition and subtraction and place value.
  • Teach reading of simple sight words.




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