“Think about what you really want for your child and what kind a life you expect them to lead.”
As far back as classical Greece, the time of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, the greatest human thinkers have been concerning themselves with the development of children in their early formative years. By the 18th century the Swiss educator and philosopher Johann Pestalozzi first proposed that children grow when actively exploring the world around them – through observation, attention and memory. Two centuries later Jean Piaget formed an influential theory on how children grow cognitively, and his contemporary Lev Vygotsky emphasized the importance of social learning.
Our school approaches the challenge of shaping the minds and characters of young children through play. It may seem like a radical idea – after all, we have long thought that the work of learning is completely opposite to the pointless fun of play – but in fact they are two sides of the same coin. We offer the advantage of day care center with well-planned academic program of vigorous and intentional play experiences.
Our program is unique because it is modern! To keep up with times we merge classical educational methods with contemporary successful approaches to early childhood education. We prepare children for lifelong learning!
To learn about our Toddler Program click here
To learn about our Preschool Program click here
To learn about our K / Transitional K Program click here
- John F. Kennedy