Rainbow World Preschool Center I (Closed 2020)
Rainbow World Preschool Centers are fully licensed day care and preschool learning centers operating under the guidelines and supervision of the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services.
We utilize the educational facilities of the Jewish Community Center and St.
Alexander's Church, although we are non-sectarian. Our aim is to provide a stimulating and safe environment for children to learn and grow in well balanced programs that combine learning and play.
Since being established in 1986, Rainbow World has provided quality care for children of working parents as well as preschool classes for the important early childhood years.
In a caring and positive atmosphere, we create a warm and happy place for preschoolers to learn.
As we bridge the gap from home to school, we guide children to a strong self-image while building social skills in a school setting.
Sensory, motor, perceptual and language skills are introduced through materials and activities, which are both child-centered and teacher-directed.
Work is planned which emphasizes the process rather than the product, fostering a sense of accomplishment and pride.
Based on our strong belief in the theory that children learn though play, classroom routines encourage active involvement, meaningful experimentation and reinforcement through repetition.
Schedules are designed with a balance of structure and free choice, as well as active and quiet times.
Student Body Type
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
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