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Our Programs

Ages 6 weeks to 5 years

Our programs are carefully designed to encourage each child’s growing need for independence and an emerging sense of self, while nurturing intellectual growth, exploration, and socialization in a safe, supportive environment.

 

State-of-the-Art Schools

Every school is built with your child in mind—from the security features to keep them safe to the well-equipped outdoor and indoor playscapes. We have open floor plans and plenty of windows that allow open viewing into colorful classrooms, enrichment room and Kid’s Cafe.

 

 

Academically-Focused

Our schools are equipped with a variety of audio and visual aids, educational toys, games, puzzles and learning supplies. We have four-year degreed lead teachers in all our preschool classrooms. Plus, we offer a full, well-balanced lunch and two nutritious snacks daily at no additional cost to our parents.

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Where Learning Begins

At The Gardner School, your child will enjoy a consistent daily schedule, curriculum-based learning, leadership and responsibility roles in the classroom, meals in the Kids’ Cafe, and the opportunity to participate in focused enrichment classes. All programs are designed to encourage an emerging sense of self, while nurturing intellectual growth, exploration, and socialization in a safe, supportive environment for children 6 weeks to 5 years.

Our Blog

Early Childhood Development | January 18, 2019

3 Ways The Gardner School Customizes Childcare

At The Gardner School, we believe that every child who enters our doors is special and that each family is unique. The way your child sees the world, even at a young age, can be drastically different than one of … Continued

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Early Childhood Development | December 20, 2018

How The Gardner Supports Our Local Communities During the Holidays

At The Gardner School, we love giving back to our local communities. It’s a value shared by our leadership, teachers, students, and families. Each year, teachers and students spend time talking about the importance of supporting our local communities and … Continued

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