Preschool Program (Age 3 by December 31st)

Preschool is a big year. We’ve designed our program to give you complete confidence in every aspect of your child’s experience; from health and safety; to ready-for-school curriculum; to the full support of experienced teachers. Just as important, our program is based on what research says best prepares children for kindergarten…and all the big steps ahead.

Our Preschool Program implements our Life Learner’s curriculum which is based on research that proves children learn best through repetition and practice. Students will receive S.T.E.A.M education (science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics) and will be tracked academically and socially through continuous assessments.


Individualized Care To Help Your Child Thrive

Our preschool program includes:

  • Independent, teacher-directed, and small-group activities that encourage investigation, exploration, and discovery
  • Learning approaches that adapt to each child and incorporate their strengths and interests
  •  Curriculum that supports creative expression, literacy, music, and more
  •  Confidence-building opportunities to solve problems and make decisions
  •  STEAM learning that encourages future-forward skills
  •  Safety, security, and cleanliness practices that meet or exceed all state, local, and national guidelines

Signature Practices

Our Life Learners curriculum includes preschool Signature Practices that offer hands-on approaches to encourage the skills your child will need in kindergarten and beyond:

  • Everyday Mathematics®: Integrating numbers into real-life routines
  • Cooking with Recipes: Creating in the kitchen to learn about counting, measuring, and fractions
  • Daily Pre-Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking: Stories and literature to promote the understanding of the relationship between speech and print
  •  Writing Center: Access to a wide variety of writing tools, paper, and other materials to inspire an interest in writing, creating books, and more
  • Science Laboratory: Hands-on opportunities to collect, examine, explore, and experiment with natural materials
  • STEM Activities: Building and problem solving using science, technology, engineering, and math
  •  Woodworking: Real tools and materials to tinker, construct, and explore weight, balance, strength, and texture