For each age group we serve, our bilingual teachers provide the best learning environment possible by addressing both academic and social-emotional abilities that produce lifelong learners. Children are exposed to a variety of concepts including literacy, pre-writing, early math & science, and developing character through play-based learning.
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Infant Care Program

Our Spanish immersion curriculum begins at the age of 6 weeks. Our infant daycare provides a loving, trusting, and dependable environment to help your baby reach their greatest potential. Our infant curriculum is composed to fit your child’s unique needs and abilities, keeping in mind that at this young age it is important to focus on developing language skills, cognitive and motor development, and social and emotional growth in a nurturing and caring environment.

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Toddler & Early Preschool Program

Our Toddler Spanish Immersion classes start when your child is 16-18 months. Our program encourages self-confidence, curiosity, and collaborative fun while being in a healthy and safe space. In addition, our Toddler & early Preschool activities and projects are focused on facilitating and granting the opportunity for toddlers to further develop their individual cognitive and motor skills. While practicing as a wholistic group their language and communication skills, cognitive and motor skills as well their social and emotional skills.

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Preschool & Pre-K Education

Preschoolers and Pre-K students ages 3-5 years old are ready to refine and strengthen their learning and social skills. In our Preschool and Pre-K classrooms, we build on their Spanish vocabulary, and continue to work on all areas of development while your child becomes fluent in both Spanish and English. Language, counting, mathematics, and the arts are all part of the Preschool curriculum that will prepare and equip children with the academic skills needed to become successful student as they begin their early academy paths.