My husband and I contemplated enrolling our 4 year old daughter in a pre-k program for about six months. Once we finally made the decision to go forward I searched online and called several schools but none of them seemed right. Either they wanted way more money than we could afford or we did not like the school. I then found Providence Learning Center and went in for a visit with our daughter. She immediately loved the school and I really enjoyed talking with the owner/teacher, Robyn.

We were very nervous on the first day of school due to this being our daughter's first time going to something like this without us around. On the very first night, she was a little chatter box talking about how much she loved the school. The next morning, I went in to get her up and whispered, "time for school” and she popped up like a jack in the box and was wanting to go that moment.

We feel the education our daughter gets is more than adequate. It is not over the top but pushes our daughter who really does enjoy the feeling of learning. We couldn’t be more proud than the day she was at the table drawing and brought us the paper where she wrote her own name.That is a memory that will last a lifetime.

It has been about 2 months now and we could not be happier. If you are thinking about a school for your child, take a tour of Providence Learning Center, you will not be unsatisfied.

-Mrs. Michelle M.

Our Programs

Providence Children’s Learning Center’s language-rich curriculum is designed to promote independence, curiosity, decision-making, cooperation, persistence, creativity, and problem-solving. We differentiate our teaching by knowing how children grow and learn both typically and atypically in all domains of development, knowing that children learn the same concepts in multiple ways, and carefully observing each child to meet individual needs.

Providence Children’s Learning Center’s Curriculum is aligned with PA Early Childhood Standards and addresses all domains of child development, including gross and fine motor, language, cognitive, social/emotional, self-help/adaptive, and spiritual/moral. 

Infants, ages 6 weeks to 12 months

Toddlers, ages 1 and 2 years

Pre-School, age 3, helps children make the transition to a more formal classroom by providing a sense of security, structure, and routine. Direct hands-on activities include reading, writing, math, science, social studies, music, art, physical activity, and plenty of time to play and explore. Children must be potty trained to attend.

Pre-K, ages 4 and 5, prepares children for successful entry into kindergarten by teaching pre- and beginning reading, reasoning, problem-solving, and effective communication through active participatory learning. Direct hands-on activities include reading, writing, math, science, social studies, music, art, and physical activity. Play and exploration are an integral part of the learning process in Pre-K.

Summer Camp, children going into 1st Grade-5th grade, children are actively engaged and learning through fun activities all summer long! Our program includes science, reading, writing, cooking, art, water activities, outdoor gross motor play, and weekly in-house field trips with guests such as the DaVinci Science Center, Push the Rock, and more!.

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