We believe that the focus of preschool needs to be on stimulating creativity, imagination and brain development. This can be accomplished in fun ways that provide many opportunities to explore, and exposes your child to very rich content without academic pressure. We capitalize on their natural curiosity so they have fun, but also grow and learn.
At this age, children are little sponges. They are very eager to learn. My guess is that you may violently agree with that sentence! They are EAGER to learn, and it can be exhausting trying to keep up with their needs. It’s hard for one set of parents to provide the variety they love, and put in the preparation to teach about every topic under the sun!
But you also wonder if they are ready for a “classroom”. After all, these are very little people we are talking about. Personally, I don’t like the word classroom very much — it sounds very sterile. That’s why we hold the informational meetings. While it’s important to have good goals and ideas, implementation is also critical. The only way you can really get a feel for our program is to attend a meeting.