North Arlington Hts KinderCare

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North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #1 - We know that infants benefit most from a language-rich environment. All day long, our teachers interact with the children through words and songs that help lay the foundation for early language and literacy development.
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North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #1 - We know that infants benefit most from a language-rich environment. All day long, our teachers interact with the children through words and songs that help lay the foundation for early language and literacy development.
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #2 - North Arlington Heights KinderCare welcomes you!
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #3 - We encourage rich sensory opportunities and provide developmentally appropriate experiences that enhance brain development and introduce concepts such as cause and effect, trial and error, and object permanence.
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #4 - Toddlers are just learning how to create relationships and play with others. Through guidance and encouragement, we help toddlers feel safe while participating as part of a larger classroom community.
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #5 - Our Toddlers explore and play outdoors twice every day. Outdoor play is not only fun for young children, it is critical for their growth and development. During the summer, our Toddlers experience water play twice a week.
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #6 - We provide independent two-year-olds opportunities to express themselves through art, movement, drama, and music. Creative activities are also a great way children can share their thoughts and feelings
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #7 - We encourage language development through the introduction of letters and sounds and promote early writing through regular journaling and writing activities. Our teachers model reading and writing daily in a variety of activities including read-alouds and charting.
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #8 - Creative arts are a great way for children to express themselves and explore different feelings and ideas. We take time every day to paint, move, and sing.
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #9 - Our Prekindergarten program offers daily opportunities to "Take It Outdoors." The activities are designed to get children thinking and moving outdoors through fun and active games related to the curriculum and unit themes. This particular activity is "Searching for Colors."
North Arlington Hts KinderCare Photo #10 - We encourage your child to use art and music as forms of expression. Children share thoughts, feelings, and ideas through drawing, creative movement, and storytelling.
We are very proud to say that our teachers have over 150 years of combined experience in education.
All of our Lead Teachers have their Bachelor's or Associate's Degrees.
Our teachers work as a seamless team in order to provide all of our families with consistent care and education.

Quick Stats (2024)

  • School Type: Early Childhood / Day Care
  • Grades: Nursery/Preschool-Prekindergarten
  • Application Deadline: None / Rolling
  • Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

School Overview

Grades Offered
Grades Nursery/Preschool-Prekindergarten
Year Founded
1998

Student Body

Total Students
n/a
Student Body Type
Co-ed

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling

School Notes

  • We are a Nationally Accredited Preschool Program through NAEYC with our Gold Circle ofQualitywhose goals revolve around providing excellent care for children by supporting their growth and education. We work with each and every family to maintain individualized care that focuses on the whole child from infancy all the way through the age of 12. Our school provides Preschool for children ages two to five and offer small group, tutorial classes in phonics, math, cooking and music. We also have a Full Day Private Kindergarten Program, as well as providing wrap around care for the local schools; Olive, Patton, Westgate, Windsor, Ivy Hill, Riley and Eisenhower Elementary School. We take pride in serving Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove and Prospect Heights. We also have a fun filled Summer Camp Program for ages two to twelve years of age, with a pool for kids from four to twelve years of age can swim. We also offer swim lessons separately from the every day swimming.

    Thank you for visiting our school web page. If you have any additional questions, or would like to schedule a tour please do not hesitate to contact us here at 847.255.7335 or by direct email at 070457@klcorp.com. We look forward to meeting you and your family soon!
  • Health and Safety is very important at our center. We have a secure keypad entry on our front. Our larger than average playground is 100% fenced and our outdoor equipment is properly maintained. Our teachers have all been trained in Infant/Adolescent CPR as well as First Aid. Our center also has a private pool with its own fenced entry, we employ a full time lifeguard all summer long and offer private swim lessons for our prekindergarten to school age children.
  • Hours Of Operation: 6:45 AM to 6:00 PM, M-F
  • Languages Spoken: Arabic, Spanish
  • Accreditations: NAEYC
  • Enrollment: Min Age - 6 Weeks, Max Age - 12 Year-Olds
  • Private Pay Center - refer to Center #300972 or #301067. Call center to see if they can take any subsidy.
  • Infant Programs (6 Weeks – 1 Year), Toddler Programs (1 – 2 Years), Discovery Preschool Programs (2 – 3 Years), Preschool Programs (3 – 4 Years), Prekindergarten Programs (4 – 5 Years), Private Kindergarten Programs (5–6 Years), Before and After School Programs (5–12 Years), Summer Programs (preschool, prekindergarten, and school-age)
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

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When is the application deadline for North Arlington Hts KinderCare?
The application deadline for North Arlington Hts KinderCare is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).

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Quick Stats (2024)

  • School Type: Early Childhood / Day Care
  • Grades: Nursery/Preschool-Prekindergarten
  • Application Deadline: None / Rolling
  • Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

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