Honeybee class (2 1/2 yrs old by Oct. 1, non-potty trained 2's accepted; maximum of 10 children per classroom)
Monday/Wednesday, 8:45-11:45am - Waiting List Only
Our youngest students are introduced to their first classroom experience in an environment which emphasizes creativity, hands-on experiences, and gaining a sense of self and others. These little ones are exposed to a range of music and movement activities as well as a variety of theme concepts.
Sunbeam Class (3 yrs old by Oct. 1 & toilet trained; maximum of 12 children per classroom)
Tuesday/Thursday, 8:45am-12:45pm - Waiting List Only
Our goal for the year is to expose the children to peers of their own age in order to enhance socialization skills through exploration, free play and interest themes. The boys and girls will be introduced to such important concepts as beginning numbers, shapes, colors and expressing individual needs and wants.
Butterfly Class (3 1/2 yrs old by Oct. 1 & toilet trained; maximum of 14 children per classroom)
Tuesday/Thursday, 8:45-11:45am - Waiting List Only
Over the course of the year this class of older 3s and young 4s will develop self-help skills and participate in a wide variety of play and academic activities that support growth in such areas as letter recognition, early math skills, and social-emotional development.
Rainbow Class (4 yrs old by Oct. 1; maximum of 16 children per classroom)
All sessions are on a waiting list
This pre-kindergarten class prepares your child for his formal years in education by offering a balance of structure and play. Our curriculum is designed to support alphabet letter and sound recognition, problem solving, cooperation, fine and gross motor skill development, and much more!
KickStart to Kindergarten Class (5 yrs old by Dec. 1; maximum of 12 children)
Monday through Thursday - 8:45am-1:00pm - Waiting List Only
Designed for children who miss the cut-off for kindergarten or who would benefit from an extra year's growth prior to entering a formal kindergarten, KickStart builds on the skills learned in Pre-K. Children expand their understanding of basic math and literacy skills. Science experiments, cooking projects, art, music and social skills are all a part of the curriculum.