My daughter has been going to Early Years since she was around 5 months and is now 3. We moved down south for a few months and I had to take out but when we came back they welcomed her back with open arms. We both love Early Years. She learns alot and I enjoy hearing about her day and what she has learned. She eager to go to school and learn new things. I love that they use the TadPole app which keeps me informed throughout the day. They keep them active and learning!! Love it!!

The Early Years Preschool is a wonderful place that loves and cares for each child. Teachers, aides, and the directors are heavily involved and can always be found at school helping each other, children, and parents. As parents of a child that attends this preschool, we love how all the adults know each child’s name.

The Early Years provides a safe and secure environment. We know when our child is dropped off, we do not have to worry or be concerned about his well-being. They always provide hot and healthy breakfasts and lunches. They also provide snacks for the children. If your child needs something or is sick, they do not hesitate to call and let you know.

The teachers provide a great foundation for learning and building skills with the children. Each child has a different learning style and we’ve noticed that they teach to ALL students. Each day, students can be found at sensory tables, building blocks, reading books, painting/coloring/cutting, dancing to appropriate music, and developing their social skills.

Early Years Preschool is firm in their beliefs and rules and believes every child can learn. All students are treated equally and are loved very much. It feels very much like a family and a second home for our son.

Our child comes home every day eager to talk about his day, his teachers, and his friends.

We highly recommend enrolling your child at Early Years Preschool.

The staff has been extremely loving and exceptional educators. My son will be leaving to attend Kindergarten in a few weeks. He is more than prepared because of the instruction an guidance he received. I could not be more pleased with how we have both been treated. I would highly Early Years to anyone.

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