Experience our educational daycare center in Florham Park, NJ. Bring your child to meet our friendly staff, visit our classrooms and play on our playgrounds.
Our institution believes that a child’s day should be structured around education and fun, the two ingredients in our Life Essentials® learning philosophy. Every day, students at our academy enjoy hot nutritious meals and structured play, whether they’re infants, toddlers or school-age children.
We appreciate the responsibility and trust you place in us to care for your child. We also believe that the best environment for learning is comfortable and safe, just like home. That’s why we provide secure-entry access to our facility, and webcams that let you check in on your child all day long.
Come see the joy and wonder on our children’s faces, and talk with our proud Florham Park parents – we think their words will impress you the most.
Join us September 29 through October 3, 2014 for our annual Scholastic Book Fair. All purchases benefit our school. Books make great gifts for birthday and holiday presents! Start shopping online September 24, 2014." target='_blank' class="more">Read More
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