Our Programs

As an early learning tutoring center, our emphasis is more on early learning and academics than daycare and childcare centers. 

We are a full scale tutoring agency with a wide range of highly skilled tutors available for in-person sessions.  Each tutor is carefully selected based on his or her individual expertise, teaching style and availability.  All tutors pass a vigorous interview process and receive a background check prior to being added to our team.

We offer results driven, private tutoring services for pre-k through second grade students.  We engage, motivate and prioritize each student individually and tailor tutoring sessions with specific goals in mind.

In addition, we provide tutoring to ESL students.  We understand that learning English can be difficult – and often confusing – for those that are new to the language. Furthermore, vocabulary and grammar can become more specialised when you work in certain careers. Improving your English language skills with a private tutor is a great way to keep practicing on a regular schedule.

Our school prep program emphasises more on early learning and academics. Students are supported through a smaller classroom size and one-on-one teaching to reach their greatest potential in early reading and writing skills, math and science concepts, as well as social and emotional development. It is also a great opportunity if your child is ready for pre-k or kindergarten, but their birthday falls after September 1.

The one-on-one and small group settings allow for more engagement and rapid feedback, enabling educational activities that would not be possible in the classroom. This class is a developmentally appropriate program for our little learners. It’s perfect for children that have had limited time away from their parents. Great for socialization, and learning how to acclimate in a classroom setting. The children spend their year learning classroom routines, practicing early literacy and math skills, writing, exploring science, and developing social skills.

A homeschool co-op is a group of families who meet together and work cooperatively to achieve common goals. Already have a homeschool group?  We would love to host your group at our facility!

Are you part of a small group who would like to learn together with a private tutor? We now offer in-person “Learning Pods.” 

Learning pods are small groups of students with similar academic goals, grade level, subject matter who work together with a private tutor in-person.  The tutor follows individual classroom or our curriculum and develops additional content to keep students engaged, motivated and on track for success. 

Have you already formed a Learning Pod and need a qualified tutor to lead the group?  Contact us today!

We hope to assist families in creating a home library for their children with familiar books read in our program. Our books and book boxes provide families with a mix of factual books, picture books, story books, and poetry books for ages 0 – 10. For your convenience, our books and book boxes can be purchased online.

A pop-up art workshop for children 3 – 8 years old. We love to plug into the creative pulse of our community with our kids morning out and special themed workshops! Our art workshops instill confidence and harbor growth and development while fostering creative thinking – a necessary practice for personal expression, self-reflection, and fun!

Primary coding is a class designed to take children aged 3 – 8 on a hands-on learning adventure. Coding for preschoolers is introduced through fun hands-on games and activities that make children think like a computer programmer. Early coding offers children experiences that integrate communication, thinking, and problem solving. These are 21st century skills that are valuable for children’s future success in our digital world. The earlier children explore the basics of coding, the more easily they will be able to learn, understand, and apply coding later in life. Many early learning students are just the right age to begin learning.

COVID FAQ’s

This will depend on your child’s age.  The CDC states that Pre-K and Kindergarteners will be required to wear a mask when inside the classroom.

Every morning before and after school, approved sanitizing products will be used on all tables, chairs, surfaces, counters, and doorknobs.  Surface cleaning of materials such as blocks, books, puzzles and washing of soft items will be done daily.  At the conclusion of the day, professional custodial staff will also clean the building.

Teachers will report to the door by 8:30am where they will be temperature checked before proceeding to the classrooms. Children will be temperature checked at the door upon arrival.

We will implement appropriate policies, in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations and guidance, and informed by CDC guidelines regarding temperature taking.  We anticipate temperature checks to stop in Phase Four.

Children will sanitize or wash their hands upon entering the classroom each day.  Children will wash hands before and after eating, after toileting, and after any messy activity.  Our teachers have wonderful educational activities around hand washing that each of the children will learn at the beginning of the year.

This will depend on what Phase we are in.  If we are in Phase Two, parents will need to drop their children off at the door. All parents must wear a mask.  Teachers will be there to do temperature checks and greet the children.  Parents will be notified when they are permitted to visit the building.

Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to process refunds.

  • Identify an isolated area for anyone who exhibits COVID-like symptoms during hours of operation and call the family to ensure the child is transported home as soon as possible.
  • Close off areas used by any sick person and do not use them until they have been disinfected
  • Advise the child’s family and/or staff not to return until they have met CDC guidelines and criteria to discontinue home isolation
  • Notify local health officials, staff, and families immediately of any confirmed cases of COVID-19 while maintaining privacy and confidentiality
  • Evaluate levels of exposure for each person in the school and determine which classes need to be closed or if the school needs to be closed for a period of time.
  • Defer to local health officials to determine a course of action and potential closure of school, campus or building.

It is important to remember that anyone who has close contact with someone with COVID-19 should stay home for 14 days after exposure based on the time it takes to develop the illness.  If this occurs, please contact the school as soon as possible.  Communication will be sent to the families in the class, maintaining privacy and support for those affected.