Our schedule is very flexible and is adjusted according to the children’s needs and interest. The number one goal is learning and not feeling rushed.
**Our school is closed the last 2 weeks of December.
We warmly welcome new families on a rolling admissions basis.
Schedule Site Visit
Get a walk-through of the facility and information about our school’s practices and philosophy.
Register Your Child
Complete an application packet to be considered for admission. A deposit must be received at the time of registration. Spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Once enrollment is confirmed by our office, you will need to return all documents prior to your child’s first day of school. We are regulated by California Community Care Licensing and regulations state that children cannot be fully confirmed, nor are they permitted to attend until the completed package has been received and processed.
Why Parents Rave About Us!
There are many options when it comes to choosing a childcare provider for your children. Our Play School program is a collection of in-home childcare schools that provide personalized care for a smaller number of children in a home-like setting.
Low Child-to-Staff Ratio
The class size is small, ranging from 2 to 6 children per group. Compare that to a daycare setting where sizes may be larger, our Play School is a preferred option among families with children younger than 3 years-old.
Low Child Turnover
Whereas children may come and go at commercial daycare, we tend to keep the same children from birth until they are ready for school. This allows our staff to create a loving bond with the child and participate in all the early stages of the child’s growth.
Children Feel Right at Home!
We understand that daycare facilities can sometimes appear to look too institutional for young children, that’s why we design age-appropriate routine and limit the number of children they watch in any particular age group to provide a better balance of care.
We Raise Your Child as a Team!
Parents get to know the staff personally and develop strong relationships to successfully raise a child. Issues such as food choices, potty training, behaviors, socialization, and early education can be resolved through this mutually beneficial partnership.