Village Preschool

Tel: (617)323-5141

    School Overview

    School TypeEarly Childhood / Day Care
    School Membership(s)School Assoc.National Association for the Education of Young Children
    Religious AffiliationNonsectarian
    Grades OfferedGrades Nursery/Preschool-Prekindergarten
    Year Founded1983

    Student Body

    Total Students87 students
    Student Body TypeCo-ed
    % Students of Color
    90%
    State avg.: 23%
    Students by GradeVillage Preschool Student By Grade

    Academics and Faculty

    Total Classroom Teachers14 teachers
    Student : Teacher Ratio6:1
    National avg.: 13:1
    Average Class Size12 students
    Classroom Dress CodeCasual

    Finances and Admission

    Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling
    Tuition NotesInfants (1 month ? 15 months) Full Time: $275.00 per week

    Toddler (15 months ? 2 years 9 months) Full Time: $250.00 per week

    Pre-School (2 years 9 months ? 5 years) Full Time: $185.00 per week

    % on Financial Aid
    80%

    School Notes

    • Infants - (1 mo to 15 mos) Infants receive love, stimulation and excellent care. Indoor and outdoor activities are planned for sensory, motor and language development. Parents receive written daily reports.
    • Toddlers - (15 mos to 2.9 yrs) Toddlers are encouraged to develop through informal play and structured learning experiences. Social skills are learned by interacting with peers and adults. Daily notes are sent home.
    • Preschool - (2.9 yrs to 4 yrs) Children enjoy group activities, age appropriate academic projects and outdoor fun. Social skills are enhanced and listening skills are practiced.
    • Pre-K - (4 yrs to 5 yrs) Our pre-k learning environment is primarily based on The Creative Curriculum for preschool developed by Teaching Strategies. It is used in high-quality early education settings. CC's well-planned learning centers allow for child choice and self-directed play. The small groups and supportive teaching prepares children for academic excellence. The development of language, math reading readiness, computer literacy and scientific thought is emphasized thought all the centers. These learning centers offer scaffolding experiences that are necessary for development and success in school.
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