We believe the parents are the most important and most influential people in a child's life. We believe all young children need love, consistency, structure, and friends, regardless of their abilities.
We offer young children the opportunity to develop self-regulation and confidence, social interaction skills, intellectual competence, and important attitudes about themselves as worthy individuals and lifelong learners. We believe this learning best takes place in a safe atmosphere where children are empowered to construct their knowledge through interaction with adults, other children and the environment.
We believe that play is a child’s natural mode of learning. We believe a child’s interests and “need to know” will motivate growth in his development, his education, and in the curriculum. We believe teacher instruction scaffolds children’s knowledge and can lead to more inquisitive thinking.
First opened in 1998
When we first started, we began with just 2 children as a home childcare. As parents got to know us they realized we were genuine and loved their kids. We began to grow.
where we are today
We are a childcare center today, though small. The classrooms are learning centers, the curriculum is top of the line and individualized. And we are still genuine. We love families and believe in families.
Our Belief, Mission and Vision
Our Mission and Vision
Our mission is to provide families in our community with the benefits of a professional, developmentally appropriate early care and education program. We desire to give families the opportunity for gaining a better understanding of how children learn and grow. We desire to be a source for parents, and to provide them with information about resources in our community. We desire to build families up and support the parents’ efforts. We desire families to know and feel we love them, respect them, and honor them.
Our vision is to prepare children for a lifetime full of success through love, early academics, parent collaboration, social interaction skills, self-regulation, and self-confidence.
We believe that no one influences a child more than the parents. We desire to build families up and support the parents’ efforts. We desire families to know and feel we love them, respect them, and honor them.
All young children need love, consistency, structure, and friends
Play is a child's natural mode of learning. Free choice play is important.
A child’s interests and “need to know” helps motivate growth
We believe a balance between teacher instruction and child initiated activities creates the optimum learning environment. We desire to be a source for parents, and to provide them with information about resources in our community.