Play & Learn Preschool
At Play & Learn we love children and it shows.
You can feel it in our morning hellos and our afternoon hugs.
You can hear it in the happy sounds of laughter and learning in our classrooms.
You can see it in our dedication to safety and our flexibility in meeting the needs of busy families.
At Play & Learn children feel safe and comfortable, ready to learn and grow.
It's a place where great relationships happen and fond memories develop.
And, Play & Learn is a place where parents find peace of mind, knowing their child is developing self-confidence and a love of learning in a nurturing and secure environment.
Our approach to learning is based on the proven concept that children learn about themselves and their world through play.
Play teaches children how to get along with others, lets them test their skills and helps them develop confidence to try new ideas.
Classrooms at Play & Learn are age-appropriate environments packed with a wide assortment of equipment and activities designed to encourage children to explore and discover at their own pace and in their own unique way.
The professional staff at Play & Learn nurture and guide each child's individual style and abilities.
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 25%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Finances and Admission
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