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"Education is the most powerful weapon which   you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
Path to Quality ​Indiana’s Child Care Quality Rating and Improvement System.


Research shows that high quality early childhood programs prepare children for future success in school, work and life. From birth through age 5 is the most important time for growth of the human brain.


A child’s brain develops in response to the child’s experiences by building neurological networks in reaction to the environment.

  • Level One: Health and safety needs of children met.

  • Level Two: Environment supports children’s learning.

  • Level Three: Planned curriculum guides child development and school readiness.

  • Level Four: National accreditation (the highest indicator of quality) is achieved.

2-​3-Year Old Preschool Class

Our two through three year old classes focus on the pre-school curriculum. This includes the following behavioral and social skills, logic and reasoning, cognitive and developmental goals which focus on the following areas: art and social sciences, language and literacy skills, math and science skills, and physical development skill.

Transitional Pre-Kindergarten Class

Our class are equipped with tools to enhance students reading, writing and Comprehension skills.  ​

Our Assessment tool ISTAR-KR (Indiana Standards Tool for Alternate Reporting of Kindergarten Readiness) is to measure skills in children from infancy to kindergarten. A derivative of Indiana's Early Learning Standards (which are part of the Foundations to Indiana Academic Standards), ISTAR-KR is aligned to the Indiana Standards for kindergarten in the areas of English/Language Arts and Mathematics and includes three functional areas: physical, personal care and social-emotional skills. 

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