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I’ve never seen a child that doesn’t light up when they walk into their classroom in the morning. There’s always a hug waiting for them”
- Sarah Bosse, Colonial Schools parent
I wouldn’t be a bit surprised that I enjoy more reading to them more than they enjoy listening to me actually. I get such a terrific kick out of it.”
- Berkeley Square resident
I love listening to the kids' conversations, seeing their ideas unfold, and watching them grow”
- Marianne Honchell, Teacher
Two or three day classes available for ages 3 and up.
Five day Pre-Kindergarten for 4-5 year olds.
With lots of activities for children who are in need of before or after school childcare.
As the day unfolds at Colonial Schools, so does your child’s imagination – from making an art masterpiece with friends, to discovering a new word. Here students try new things, discover new talents, meet new people and develop self-confidence – cultivating a love for learning that sets the foundation for their future.
Did you know you can help older adults right here in Butler County? Community First Solutions is proud to participate in The 2016 Subaru Share the Love Event, and there are several ways YOU can be involved. As part of the Share the Love Event, Community First Solutions will be collecting nonperishable food items to […]
How do you help a preschooler understand the importance of giving back and being thankful during the holidays? The holidays bring a great opportunity to not only focus on the things that make us thankful, but to also think about helping others. At 3, 4 and 5, it is difficult for a child to interpret […]
At Colonial Schools, we believe in learning through play. While games are fun for children, they also provide excellent learning opportunities. Our classrooms are equipped with games that are designed to help children learn basic skills such as colors, shapes, and matching. Teachers encourage play, and interact with children as they select games and activities […]