Accreditation is the stamp of approval from state and national governing bodies that assures you’re getting the highest care and education that inspires your child and is led by professionals in the early learning environments. We are also fully licensed by the Pennsylvania Departments of Education and Human Services.

NAEYC Promotes Early Childhood Education

Early childhood experiences—from birth to age 8—have an enormous impact on children’s lifelong learning and positively contributes to their health and development. Early childhood education programs that bear the mark of quality, benefit children with greater readiness for and success in school.

Ensuring the quality of children's daily experiences in early childhood programs and promoting positive child outcomes is the goal of the 10 National Association for the Education of Young Children Early Childhood Program Standards and Accreditation Criteria. NAEYC-accredited programs invest in early childhood education because they believe in the benefits to children and families.

Keystone 4 STAR-Approved

Keystone STARS (Standards, Training/Professional Development, Assistance, Resources) provides families with a tool to gauge the quality of their child care programs. The STARS program supports child care programs as part of its commitment to continuous quality improvement.


State-Licensed by the Departments of Education and Human Services

The state Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) focuses on creating opportunities for the commonwealth’s youngest children, so they can develop and learn to their fullest potential. The goal is accomplished through a framework of support and systems that help ensure that children and their families have access to high quality services.


Flexible Teaching Strategies to Meet Your Child's Needs

Our curriculum is a flexible framework that has evolved from over 35 years of experience and knowledge that our staff brings to the classrooms. We believe that happy, well-adjusted children are eager to learn.

Your child is encouraged to explore, investigate, problem solve, create and develop ideas individually and in small groups. From infancy through school age, children enjoy interesting activities in art, music, dance, whole language, reading, math, literacy, science, social studies and health and safety.

Our spacious playgrounds provide your child with opportunities to encourage balance, coordination, climbing, creative play, gardening, woodworking, and team sports. Outdoor time helps your children grow and develop.

Our teaching strategies implement an environmentally based approach and focus on the importance of the role of the teacher in connecting content, intentional teaching, and for the acquired learning of your children. There are 21 learning objectives for infants & toddlers and 50 learning objectives for ages 3-5.