What We Believe
We believe that God made each child unique in his or her personality, temperament, ability, and talents. Therefore, we strive to provide a personalized education program.
We believe that the first six years of life are the most formative years and therefore, we strive to nurture our children's physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growth with love and purpose.
We believe that children learn through play and when they are engaged, they become active and independent learners.
We believe the importance of nurturing children's self-esteem and self-confidence. We provide many opportunities to experience success independently and collaboratively.
We believe that children learn best when they are engaged in learning activities that correspond to their age, interests, and needs.
We believe the importance of social quotient of children in their success in future education and career. We provide ample opportunities that children learn to engage in small and large groups, to present themselves in positive way fostering their leadership traits.
We believe that parents are the most important partners in early childhood education and we make efforts to work closely with them.