We believe that the early childhood years from birth to five are the most important period of life, as that is the time when intelligence is being formed.
We believe that children develop their potential when offered opportunities to freely explore, discover, and create.
We believe that the most significant assets of a successful educational program are the involvement of a competent, nurturing, and well-trained staff, as well as a low child-to-teacher ratio.
We believe that parents are a child’s first and most important teachers. This is why we work in partnership with families to build a mutual understanding of their culture, beliefs, routines, parenting skills, etc.