It’s only natural that you want your child to be cared for in their early schooling. Despite what many people believe, the ages of preschool and kindergarten are some of the most important in one’s entire life, because of the immense amount of growth that the brain goes through. While we, as adults, look at pre-k education as being exceedingly simple, the truth is that young minds absorb information like a sponge at this age, and the quality of education is important.
At Madame Curie School of Science and Technology, we have the curriculum part down — our STEM-based education employs a variety of unique and innovative teaching methods to help children learn about the world. However, even the best education falters if it’s not accompanied by quality care and a legitimate, authentic desire to help the students grow. At Madame Curie, we also provide that in spades.
We intentionally keep our classroom ratios small so that we can understand every single student and what makes them tick. Every child has a different learning style, and by getting to know them and catering to their specific needs, their education is not only productive, it’s enjoyable! We’ve had countless students who are excited and eager to return to our school every day, and in a world where more and more students take education for granted at an early age, the importance of an engaging education cannot be overstated.
Do you have questions about our program, or how we care for our young students? We’d be happy to answer them.