Creative Learning Pre School
Creative Learning Pre School Photo #2 - As our children grow from toddler to preschooler and then to Kindergarten, our program grows with them. Each classroom has a daily routine that provides a sense of security to the children as they embark on their journey to explore and learn. We want to give each child a love of learning by encouraging their curiosity, independence, and creativity.
Creative Learning Pre School Photo #4 - In addition to the special events that are particular to specific age groups the children enjoy school-wide celebrations that enrich their awareness of the school community. Our teachers collaborate to create Fitness Fun Day, Creative Arts Day, Dr. Seuss Week, and our special version of the Olympics. The children travel from classroom to classroom with their teachers to participate in activities related to the special days theme. Excitement abounds as they explore and discover all of the new and different activities.
As our children grow from toddler to preschooler and then to Kindergarten, our program grows with them.
Each classroom has a daily routine that provides a sense of security to the children as they embark on their journey to explore and learn.
We want to give each child a love of learning by encouraging their curiosity, independence, and creativity.
- School Type: Alternative School
- Grades: Prekindergarten-Kindergarten
- Students: 230 students
- Average class size: 15 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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% Students of Color
State avg.: 39%
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None / Rolling
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