Programs are designed around age appropriate experiential design-driven learning.  Tied to the Reggio Emilio philosophy, the learning promotes creativity, imagination, collaboration, and critical thinking that develops a child's innate curiosity through a personalized, whole-student approach to learning.  While programs support implementation of Ohio Early Learning Standards, they embrace seeding the skill sets needed for careers in the 21st Century including the art of entrepreneurship.  In addition, students develop global/nature awareness, an appreciation for cultural diversity, and exposure to the arts, music, drama, physical development, and language.  


The school will be utilizing the Highscope curriculum that aligns to the state standards and is endorsed by the state.  This curriculum allows children to have choice in their own daily schedule and learning interests with the teacher as a facilitator who guides the process. This integrates into the Reggio Emilio philosophy the school has embraced.  Students learn to make good choices, to recoup from failure, and to utilize the design-thinking process to problem-solve and innovate.  The STEM/ innovation and fine arts labs will expand Century 21 skills and provide added design opportunities.  Teachers will be facilitating experiential learning.  

Students will be assessed  through triangulation with Renaissance 'Star' Early Literacy which is utilized by most K-12 schools, Highscope Assessment, and teacher documentation.  The data will be transferable to the K-12 schools as students transfer to  Kindergarten.   



The school has a hands-on library, virtual and augmented reality for immersive field trips around the world, a fine arts program, and a fabrication/innovation lab, specialized screen-free technology, and soon to be implemented outside classroom which our students will help design.  Each program includes parent meetings and input, individual assessments and student portfolios, and a caring staff that is provided the time to plan, document learning, properly assess students, modify lessons, and communicate with parents regularly.  Our teachers have the ability to modify programs based upon student needs due to the extended planning time they are provided.  Parents are always invited to stop in and experience programs with their students. 


Interested in 1/2 day programs, email the Director at:
  • Multi-student discounts available .

  • 6:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday - Friday 

  • All staff have an FBI and BCI background check and are drug tested.

  • $100 non-refundable enrollment fee per family.

  • Annual fees include all supplies. 

2-1/2 to 36 Months

Weekly Rate - $250

M/W/F  - $215

5 Half Day Programs Available

$550 a month

3 - 6 Year Old

Weekly Rate - $225

M/W/F  - $185

5 Half Day Programs Available

$550 a month

Before & After School
STEAM/Fine Arts

Before Care - $85 weekly - Flat Rate Only

After Care - $85 weekly - Flat Rate Only

Before and After Care - $120 weekly - Flat Rate Only

2020-2021 Full Day School Age Programs 

Program                         2 Days                 3 Days                 5 Days

School Day                     $90/week          $120/week         $175/week
includes daily
STEAM/Fine Arts


(8 a.m. - 4 p.m.) 

School Day Plus           $120/week        $145/week         $195/week
Before & After

includes STEAM/
Fine Arts Program
(6 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.)

Schools are starting to release plans for opening in the fall.  Some are offering only blended (2 or 3 days in school and the rest remote), some are offering a choice between remote only and traditional classroom. We are confident that more variations will be released.  If you are need of care and remote learning assistance for your student during the school year, here are the options we are offering. Spots are limited.