Leading your learning

An environment where learning is facilitated via practical, tailored instruction, allowing for both physical and mental development while achieving our goal of offering the best multilingual preschool education possible in a safe, supportive, and engaging atmosphere.

Our center serves the physical. emotional and intellectual needs of children and their families

  • Clinic Owned & Operated

  • Bilingual Curriculum

  • Creative Curriculum inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy

  • Qualified Educators

  • Enrichment Program

  • 24/7 Security

  • Year-round Program

  • On-site summer camp

  • Convenient School Location

  • Annual Check-ups by Dentist and Primary Care Doctor

  • Access to School Nurse and School Social Worker


Kids in Preschool

Leading their Learning

Three years old are cooperative, cheerful, and eager to please. They enjoy new experiences, and their friends and are increasingly independent.


Providing a great variety of indoor and outdoor activities with riding toys, balls, a balance beam, and climbing apparatus will help to improve and develop large muscles and provide a variety of crayons, markers, pencils, scissors, play dough, blocks, puzzles, etc. for the use of small muscles and to help them to get greater control of hands.


At this age, children need a large amount of time for informal play. They need to be reinforced to share. Give opportunities to them to feel helpful, letting them help in the classroom. They also need to enjoy imaginary play through the housekeeping center.


Praise often and use materials and activities where child experience success. Increase the reading activities where interpretation is basic. They need clear rules but to be loved.


It’s important to teach children at this age, ways to express wants and needs and work out problems with words and teach them to follow directions.


Children start to be very curious at this age. They can recognize names, colors, numbers, shapes numerals, etc. They can compare objects and their attention spam is increasing. They begin the process of learning begins to be exciting to them.

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Art Class

A Happier, Creative You

Four years old are fun, silly, imaginative, and very excitable.

Four-year adds need lots of time outside with a variety of equipment to release all of their energy and excitement and also need to have plenty of activities for using small motor skills, like pencils, puzzles, clay, etc. And also encourage them to be independent in dressing and undressing.

At this age, they love other children, so that’s why is important to schedule large amounts of time for play indoors and outdoors. It is important also to plan for small group projects and cooperative learning, so they can reinforce the importance of sharing and playing cooperatively.

Four years old shows emotional extremes “loves” one minute and “hates” the next. May show fears. Is bold, adventurous, sure of self, and highly imaginative. At this age is important to offer always new challenges and praise their efforts, and encourage children to make stories to develop their imagination.

It’s important to do lots of activities to improve their language. Read funny books, laugh with them, make rhymes, sing and read very frequently.

Shows curiosity about the world and other people and can attend for longer periods of time. Encourage children to work with math manipulatives, and introduce letters and sounds with games and sensory experiences. Plan more group activities.

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Here For You

Our professional team is here to guide our parents and their families every step of the way throughout their educational journeys. We provide testing for our preschool students and prepare parents for kindergarten.

Schedule this service today to ensure that you’re ready for what’s ahead. We do this by providing the following to ensure your child is academically on with their grade and age level. 

We provide Psychological Testing by a certified School Psychologist

Psychological evaluation is a method to assess an individual's behavior, personality, cognitive abilities, and several other domains

Achievement Testing by a certified Special Education Teacher An achievement test is a test of developed skill or knowledge. The most common type of achievement test is a standardized test developed to measure skills and knowledge learned in a given grade level, usually through planned instruction, such as training or classroom instruction.

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