Kiddie Country


What Makes Kiddie Country So Special?

  • A professional staff of teachers with bachelor's or advanced degrees and highly trained assistants.

  • A Curriculum/Programs Director who has attained community-wide respect for Kiddie Country's outstanding model programs.

  • Music Directors who introduce the children to a wide variety of music. This is accomplished through enriching, fun experiences that include singing, movement, and experience with rhythm instruments. Music classes are conducted in specially designed and equipped music classrooms.

  • A Registered Nurse who provides daily professional support to our families. Our RN administers developmental screenings, teaches health-related topics, and works with parents and county experts to identify and service children with special needs.

  • Our impressive Preschool through Kindergarten Programs filled with active, challenging learning experiences.

  • Our fantastic Elementary Before and After School Program for 6 — 11 year olds, and our very popular Elementary Summer Camp Program. Both designed with the natural interests of school-aged children in mind.

  • A plethora of age appropriate educational materials that stimulate exploration and creativity.

  • Computer stations placed in every classroom. All are equipped with a variety of inviting software.

  • Award winning facilities designed especially for children. Heated outdoor swimming pools (utilized by both schools; located at Kiddie Country II). Spacious, shaded playgrounds, generously equipped with fun, safe play equipment.

  • Numerous special events that include school-year orientations; a winter musical program; a phenomenal off-site, end-of-the-year theatrical extravaganza; a graduation for kindergartners; an elementary age summertime under-the-stars evening of entertainment; a school-age overnight camp-out; an abundance of spectacular field trips and on-site presentations; and a variety of other meaningful planned happenings.

  • Years of established commitment to low child/staff ratios so that the attention each child deserves and needs can be realized.

  • Active, pursuit of positive family-school partnerships through the building of mutual respect, and ongoing open communication and collaboration.