We Know Every Child Deserves a Great Preschool Education
School Hours: 8:00 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
Early Drop-off: 7:00-8:00 a.m.
After Care: 3:00-6:00 p.m.
Our Preschool welcomes children of any race, color, nationality, and religious and ethnic background. Our small class sizes help provide an environment for our teachers to nurture the spiritual, emotional, physical, intellectual and artistic needs of each student. We offer scholarships based on financial need so all children can receive a quality education in a loving environment.
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We offer 4-year-old VPK classes 5 days a week.
Director Ana Abella's bilingual skills allow
her to also introduce Spanish to our students, as well as help ease the transition for students where English is the second language at home. Miss Abella also shares her training in music.
Choose a schedule to best suit your 3-year-old;
either 5 or 3 days a week.
Teacher Lora Lea Plummer shares her love and encouragement as your child tries out new skills and makes new friends. Her skills as an artist provide opportunities for your kids to express themselves creatively as they learn.
It's never too early to start! We also offer classes for 2-year-olds.
Our two-year-olds class leads the kids through a day of fun and learning with lots of love. We provide a nurturing, safe place for your two-year-old to try new things. Teacher Shelby Ambrioso shares years of experience in preschool and elementary education.
We believe all children benefit from learning about the fine arts.
Director Ana Abella not only introduces students to the masters of the fine arts, she's leads the preschoolers in creating their own versions of these masterpieces.
Students are encouraged to explore their creativity and are taught the following art elements to achieve their individual masterpieces: shape, line, color, form and texture. It is amazing how preschoolers can grasp and execute these concepts with enthusiasm.
Students are introduced to artists, then encouraged to use these classic paintings as jumping-off points for their own creations.