Media Childrens House Media Children's House is a private Montessori school, located in Aston, Pennsylvania, specializing in children from the ages of 2 1/2 years to 1st grade. At Media Children's House, we look at each individual child as a unique person possessing the ability to live, learn, and love.
Pennsylvania/Bedford: Discovery Time Preschool & Kindergarten Children who are three to five years old may attend morning or afternoon preschool classes from September through May. Classes are three hours in length. Preschool students enjoy developmentally appropriate activities in a stimulating, yet comfortable setting. Our preschool is licensed through the PA Dept. of Education.
Pennsylvania/Bethel Park: Saint Valentine Preschool The Preschool is located in the lower level of Newman House on the parish grounds. Classrooms are bright and cheery and the separate location gives the children a sense of a "special place" that is just for them.
Pennsylvania/Erie: Mount Calvary School Mount Calvary School's philosophy recognizes your child as a unique individual and utilizes a holistic approach in the development of your child in a Christian environment. Mount Calvary school is committed to nurturing children and to preparing young teens for college preparatory school through a comprehensive program from preschool to eighth grade.
Pennsylvania/Harrisburg: The Londonderry School Londonderry's elementary program is licensed by the Pennsylvania Board of Private Academic Schools and the preschool and kindergarten program is one of the few early childhood programs in Central Pennsylvania accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs (NAEYC). Throughout the years Londonderry has maintained its original principals.
Pennsylvania/Phladelphia: The Philadelphia School The Philadelphia School, a nonsectarian, independent school in the progressive tradition, serves children from preschool through eighth grade. Our educational program addresses how a child grows intellectually, artistically, emotionally, socially, and physically. New learning about child development and the learning process is regularly incorporated into the curriculum. Our faculty's strong pedagogical skills, love of children, and passion for teaching and learning combine to make the school a dynamic community of learners.
Pennsylvania/Pittsburgh: First Friends Playgroup FIRST FRIENDS is a parent-run cooperative playing and learning experience for children ages two to five. This means that the parents of the children enrolled in FIRST FRIENDS run the organization and take turns assisting the teacher in the classroom. (preschool)
Pennsylvania/Pittsburgh: The Children's School at Carnegie Mellon Traditionally, our program is designed to offer options for morning or afternoon preschool and full-day kindergarten for children in community as well as CMU families (constituting approximately 90% and 10% of our population respectively) and to be primarily client-supported. Consistent with the 1990 CMU Work and Family Report, we offer a high quality program equitably to diverse families.
Pennsylvania/Reading: His Kids Preschool To provide children, ages three, four and five, with the opportunity to learn and grow in a Christian atmosphere. We provide a safe and nurturing environment that promotes the physical, social, emotional, spiritual and cognitive development of a young child. More importantly, we provide a spiritual environment where the Good News of Jesus Christ is shared.
Pennsylvania/Rosemont: Rosemont School Beginning with the Nursery Program, Rosemont School fosters a love of learning that is based on the educational system developed by Cornelia Connelly, foundress of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus. As a member of the international network of Holy Child schools, Rosemont School believes that education is acquired through knowledge, nurturing and a true spirit of joy. (preschool)
Virginia: Virginia Water Community Preschool Within the group, all children are supported in developing their potential at their own pace. Our keyworker system enables us to ensure a planned curriculum tailored to the needs of each individual child. By means of developmentally appropriate play activities and a high level of individual adult input, we offer a curriculum which leads to nationally approved learning outcomes and prepares children to progress with confidence to the National Curriculum at the age of five.