Philosophy & Goals

The Creative Child Learning Centers® are nationally accredited and are designed to meet the emotional, social, physical and intellectual needs of children in a safe, home-like and loving environment. The unique characteristics of each individual child are valued, and a well-trained and talented staff nurtures each child’s interests and developmental advances. We believe childhood should be a time of joy, love and adventure. At the Creative Child Learning Centers®, children are appreciated for their diversity, their challenges, their successes and their tremendous potential. The center’s child caring philosophy is based on flexibility and choice for the children. The center acknowledges and accommodates the developmental stages of the child; the child does not have to change to fit the center.

The centers are a home away from home for both the children and their parents. Communication with parents is a top priority. The staff carefully follows parents’ instructions when feeding and diapering the children. With daily communication through conversation and written notes, the staff and parents form a team to help each child’s day run smoothly. In addition to daily communication with the parents, each classroom produces weekly newsletters. Parents are always welcome to drop in anytime during the hours the center is open.

Children’s most important years for emotional, social and intellectual development are ages birth through five. They require feeling loved, secure and accepted as they begin their educational process which will extend from early childhood through adolescence and into early adulthood. We foster the belief that it is during these critical years a child discovers his/her unique qualities, self-worth and, if properly stimulated and guided, those of his/her peers. It is our goal to provide children with a sense of trust in the world away from home, joyful memories of special friendships, and incite perpetual interest for acquiring knowledge.

Our schools do not discriminate in employment or the provision of educational services on the basis of race, color, religion, age, gender, national origin, disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.