Bring your child to see our early learning center in Kent Island, MD. Visit our classrooms, meet our friendly staff and play on our outdoor playground equipment.
Our organization feels that the days of children should be structured around learning and fun, the key ingredients in our Life Essentials® learning philosophy. Children within our academy love the family-style meals and organized play they enjoy each day, whether they're infants, toddlers, or kindergarteners.
We value the trust and duty you put in us to care for your son or daughter. We consider the most effective environment for learning a safe and cozy one, just like home. That's the reason why we protect our facility with secure entry and a highly trained staff.
Stop by today to see our children play, and learn more about our programs from the proud parents of our Kiddie Academy students.
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