Our pricing depends on the program that fits your child. Please contact our school for more information.
We are a private preschool, and we provide early childhood education to infants up to children 5 years of age.
Our approach to education is the Reggio Emilia Approach. The Reggio Emilia Approach derives its name from its place of origin, Reggio Emilia, a city located in Emilia Romagna in Northern Italy. Shortly after the Second World War, the parents of this region collaborated with Loris Malaguzzi, a lifelong educator, innovator and creative philosopher to find a unique public system of childcare education.
Our philosophy is to be carried out by emphasizing the child’s abilities, competences, and natural aptitude, developing and fostering the child in ways that encourage the development of new and inherent talents. These qualities will in turn allow the child to embark on and prosper in life with confidence and skill, especially in his or her future educational endeavors. In addition, learning will take place through positive relationships and caring adults.
Our curriculum and principles align with the universal early childhood principles that the World Forum Foundation has found to best support children’s learning and development. The World Forum Foundation is an international early childhood education research and advocacy group that works to improve the quality of life for all children, regardless of their background. High-quality programs such as ours utilize the research and resources of the WFF as part of our professional development for teachers and to inspire others in our communities to advocate for the rights of young children.
KLA Schools always have lower ratios than state-required ratios. Lower ratios mean your child gets:
We offer educational programs for infants 2 months old up to 5 years old.
STEAM is embedded in all the experiences that children encounter at KLA Schools. Each experience brings infinite possibilities for the children to discover and learn about the world around them. Children are encouraged to research, build connections and learn about new concepts.
We offer an optional lunch program during the school year.