Our Classrooms

We have six classrooms divided by age and development. Our smaller class sizes allow the teachers to get to know each child on a personal level and to be able to meet his or her individual needs.


Titus Room

Six weeks to 1 year

In the Titus Room, teachers care for children through activities that encourage growth and development. Children's sleep schedule is on demand. Teachers encourage physical and emotional development through tummy time, music, personal interaction and more.


Noah Room

1 year to 2 years

In the Noah Room, teachers continue to develop the children's social, emotional and physical skills. Children also start developing vocabulary at this age. This is encouraged through reading, repeating, and general conversation with the children.


David Room

2 years to 3 years

In the David Room, the teachers prepare the children for preschool. Children are encouraged to exhibit appropriate independence. Teachers continue to strengthen language development through reading and conversations. Social skills begin to develop more and are encouraged through cooperative play in different centers.


Ruth Room

3 years to 4 years

In the Ruth Room, teachers start to focus on academics. Preschool is offered from 9:00 am-11:30 am every day. Parents interested in preschool only can contact the office for more information about the schedule. Children are encouraged to explore relationships through interactive play. Fine and gross motor skills are practiced through games, coloring, and hands-on activities.


Hannah Room

4 years to Kindergarten

In the Hannah Room, teachers encourage greater independence as children are prepared for kindergarten throughout the year. Preschool is offered everyday from 9:00 am-11:30 am. Please contact the office for more information. Children steadily master their fine and gross motor skills in this class. The teacher focuses academics and social development.


School-age Children

Kindergarten to 12 years

We offer latchkey care for children currently in kindergarten through age 12. During the summer program for this age group, teachers take the children on field trips as part of a flexible curriculum to encourage the children to develop their minds and interests while enjoying fun with friends.