An intentional approach to early childhood education is evident from the moment you walk through our doors. Bright, airy classrooms feature children’s artwork and homey touches such as baskets, woven rugs, and plants.
Everything at the school has a purpose, from the classroom set-up to the daily routine. Each day is designed to maximize opportunities for learning and development with a careful balance of active and quiet activities.
Highlights of our state-of-the-art preschool facility include a soaring, two-story lobby enhanced with a vibrant mosaic mural created by staff, families, and students; a sensory gym well-equipped for students of diverse abilities; teacher-planning spaces that promote creativity and collaboration; and three playgrounds that offer preschoolers plenty of space to run, play, and socialize with friends.
Spacious, clutter-free classrooms feature all-natural wood furniture and a neutral color scheme to create a sense of harmony and provide the ideal backdrop to showcase the vibrant creativity of children’s artwork. The main learning environment is organized to help children focus on interest centers and play areas that complement each week’s unit of study, encouraging them to learn through discovery and exploration. Bathrooms and kitchens in each classroom provide the comforts of a home-like environment and offer children the chance to practice functional life skills.
This external structure fosters a sense of inner calm. With an exceptionally qualified team of early childhood experts guiding the day, children are happy and excited to learn.
Bringing Lessons to Life
Teachers bring lessons to life by creating learning and play stations that reflect each week’s lesson and engage the children’s imaginations.
Each classroom environment is considered the “3rd teacher” alongside teachers and parents.
- Classrooms are divided into “learning centers” including block play, dramatic play, science, art, sensory, writing, reading, math, and fine motor manipulatives
- Everything has a designated space and is clearly labeled for children to independently access materials on low, easy-to-access shelves
- Ample natural light fills each classroom
- Wide-open pathways accommodate children with mobility issues
- The environment is designed to be peaceful, rather than over-stimulating
- Cozy corners allow groups of children or adults and children to sit in close proximity for conversations and comforting
- Semi-private areas allow children to play or work alone or with a friend
- Classroom displays are saved for children’s work and photos
WHERE EVERY STUDENT SHINES
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