An early learning center loved by Oxon Hill students and parents! Come meet the staff of our State approved Kindergarten program, see our classrooms and play on our playgrounds.
We see every day as a chance for fun, learning and education. Our Life Essentials® program provides each child a developmentally appropriate daycare curriculum, character education and a social experience that will prepare your child for school and life.
We recognize the trust you place in a provider of childcare. You want your child to flourish in an environment that is as clean, safe and nurturing as your own home. Hot meals are served in a family-style setting that helps your child feel at ease and cultivates a comfortable social environment. We believe that educational child care shouldn't feel like daycare.
Kiddie Academy is more than a daycare. We set the standards for facility security, quality instruction and trust. Find out why our parents trust the Oxon Hill Kiddie Academy!
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Do you remember your first trip to the library? Public libraries are a great resource for young children and can encourage a lifetime love of reading. Not only do libraries provide books, but oftentimes your local library may sponsor special programs, including story time for the little ones, summer reading programs, and homework help… Read More