Preschool & Daycare Serving Noblesville, IN
The Highest Possible Rating Means Top -Tier Care
We have received the maximum possible rating by Paths to QUALITY™, Indiana’s state-wide quality rating system. The highest level of professionalism in quality care and education is the center’s standard and our commitment to you.
Nationally Accredited by NECPA
We are proud to be among the highest quality early childcare programs in the country. Our NECPA seal of approval (National Early Childhood Program Accreditation) also means we excel in the areas of:
- Adult/child interaction
- Health and safety of the environment
- Staff framing
- The relationship between administration and the parents
- Involvement throughout the community
Bright Teachers Guide Your Child To Excellence
Many of the center’s teachers have degrees as well as advanced training, such as the CDA (Child Development Credential), making them leaders with advanced knowledge, skills, and abilities. The early childhood education field is constantly evolving and staff work hard to acquire and apply knowledge that prepares children for academic success.
Daily Focusing on Each Child To Better Nurture Them
Education is but one piece of the whole. Passionate teachers also care deeply about the needs and feelings of every child. It’s this special care of our nurturing teachers that encourages your child’s greatest growth and development.
an On-Site Registered Nurse Gives Parents Peace Of Mind
Registered nurses have high standards, and your child benefits from them. It’s no surprise that both Teri, RN, and her mother, a former nurse, decided to take it upon themselves to provide the community with the kind of quality care that they feel was missing for Teri’s own children.
Parents’ say the key advantages of their nursing expertise are:
Trusted Advice for Your Child's Health and Well-Being
Developing the whole child means many skills, like learning to refine motor skills and learning to work through intense emotions. Some children require extra help and we prioritize talking with parents about available resources, many of which are provided by the state for children under the age of 3.
Examples of resources that can be helpful in a preschool setting, when required, include:
A Safe and Secure Setting You Can Trust
Your child’s safety is always our first priority. A security code is required to enter all our buildings. There are video cameras in every classroom and on the playgrounds too, so that children are monitored by office staff as well as our highly trained teachers.
Convenient Parent Communication App Provides Info in Real-Time
Brighten your day with a picture your child has colored or painted, or get the daily update on feeding, sleeping and diapers to see that your baby’s schedule is running as smoothly as it is at home. Our HiMama© parent communication app lets you communicate directly with teachers in the classrooms and stay-up-to-date on your child’s day.
Custom Learning Plans and Informative Parent Teacher Conferences
Your child’s preschool learning plan is customized to suit their needs, and we let you know exactly where they stand at the start of each year. You can also expect regular updates on your child’s progress with scheduled parent-teacher conferences. We lovingly get them where they need to be for Kindergarten.
Parent-Teacher Collaboration For The Specific Needs of Your Child
Teachers work with you in order to meet the individual needs of your child. In the case of a small girl who didn’t have all the words she needed, we worked with her father and a speech therapist to get her talking, which she is now most happy to do!
Spark Creativity with Painting and Music in the Classroom
Children love to create and with their endless ideas come endless possibilities in the classroom. Children lead their own creative process, with their teacher’s guidance, and develop their own ideas. Music is played in the classroom daily, leading to an environment of peace and creativity.
Building Confidence and Self-Reliance Through Play
Daily self-directed play opportunities, giving children one or two options of where they want to be in the classroom, bolsters their decision-making skills and better judgment.
Some examples of fun, self-directed play opportunities are:
Healthy Breakfast, Lunch, and Snacks at No Extra Charge
Proper nutrition is essential for a child’s development. We provide nutritional meals, and snacks that are low in fat and low in sugar, every day, at no cost to you.