Phone: 954-570-9897 / 561-235-5890


“The secret in education lies in respecting the student.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Early childhood is an important time of vast learning, growing, and developing. During this time, children acquire the ability to become independent from adult figures and gain the desire to become a part of social groups. By becoming their own individual, they take strides and become independent in their learning. Children need to be able to participate at their own rate and personal ability level. Thus, by creating an individual approach rather than a whole group approach, children will feel successful and accomplished, which will instill a love for learning and school.

Children learn…

  • To construct knowledge
  • Through play
  • Through social interaction with other adults and other children
  • Best when motivated
  • Best when their physical needs are met and they feel psychologically safe and secure
  • Best when development and learning are characterized by individual variation

We offer the following programs:

Academic Programs

Extracurricular Activities