We use traditional creative curriculum methods designed to stimulate each child's curiosity and instill a lifelong love of learning.  We also focus on positive social development where children learn how to solve peer conflicts, become more aware of the needs of others and learn to respect boundaries.  Your child will be a part of a classroom community that recognizes every child's uniqueness; therefore, children are allowed to make choices and develop at their own paces as this builds a sense of pride, confidence and independence in what they are doing. 

Children will experience a well-rounded environment where s/he can explore and learn about subjects such as math, science, reading, zoology, culture, nutrition, history, geography and more.  We incorporate STEAM teaching where we make, do , tinker, and think with hands-on learning experiences and stations.  Activities are thoughtfully designed to encourage hand movements from left to right (to prepare the brain for how we read) or top to bottom (to prepare the brain for how we solve math equations).  Our liberal arts program includes language (Mandarin), the arts (violin instruction), yoga, and music & movement.  In the process, children are discovering independence, confidence, and innovation.​


Developing early literacy skills makes it easier for children to learn to read.  Our Read With Me program is two fold.  It is designed to engage every parent & caregiver in the child's learning and to ensure that our children discover the joy of books, develop critical emergent literacy and language skills, and start school ready.

All caregivers (parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc) are invited to Read With Me.  To sign up, simply click below









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Our students participate in weekly violin lessons.  Our Early Childhood Music classes offer age-appropriate activities including: singing, dancing, listening, playing violin, music games, rhythm games, and stories.



Research shows that children who have learned a second language at a young age demonstrate cognitive advantages, such as increased problem-solving skills and creativity.  Romper Room students receive weekly Mandarin instruction.

Visual Arts


Creating art expands a child's ability to interact with the world around them, and provides a new set of skills for self-expression and communication.  Not only does art help to develop the right side of the brain, it also cultivates important skills that benefit a child's development

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Healthy eating habits are more likely to carry into adulthood if learned as a child.  With this in mind, Romper Room serves meals and snacks that meet the requirements of the Child & Adult Care Food Program.  Children are provided nourishments three times each day: breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack.  Eating food containing important nutrients helps children grow, and is essential for children's mental and physical development.