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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 kid’s 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.
One of the hot topics for parents is whether to send children to preschool. Heather Reister, Colonial Schools Director, shares her thoughts below. Parents often ask if their children really need to attend preschool. I hear concerns and questions of whether children actually benefit from preschool. My answer is a resounding YES. At Colonial Schools, […]
Did you know that your three-year-old can start two-day preschool classes THIS FALL? Of the countless benefits that preschool can provide your child, here are our top five. Preschool: Teaches valuable social skills like sharing and taking turns; Exposes children to core academics at an earlier age; Fosters trusting relationships with adults and with fellow […]
Ms. Potter’s passion for teaching children to read has inspired her career. After earning her Master of Arts in Education, she served as a reading intervention teacher at an elementary school for two years. As she approached the end of her first year as a Colonial Schools preschool teacher, Ms. Potter recognized the opportunity to […]