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The educational opportunities that we offer children are of the highest standards. We have spent countless hours devising a curriculum based on State and NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) guidelines.


Here at the Education Center all of our classrooms from Infants and beyond are about Kindergarten readiness. Each classroom is a stepping stone to the next. We divide our classrooms into smaller groups with smaller age gaps to allow children a developmentally and age-appropriate classroom environment.

Infant/Toddler A

Our Infant/Toddler A classrooms provide a parent-caregiver partnership based on mutual respect and the understanding of each individual child’s needs.

Toddler B

Toddlers learn through play and exploration, so we give them the space, age-appropriate materials, and the stimulation they need to help quench their thirst for knowledge of the world around them.

Toddler C

Up until now, most of the play with infants and toddlers has been independent. To get twos more accustomed to social interaction, we start each morning with group circle time.


Preschool aged children are offered a half or full day innovative preschool program.

Our preschool children are broken up into three completely separate classes according to chronological age and developmental stage. We do this to provide an environment where children can be independent and exercise a variety of personal, social, and emotional skills with children at similar stages of development.

Before and After School

School bus service to and from all elementary and intermediate New Milford public schools.

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About us

We are conveniently located on Route 7 across the street from John Pettibone. Our building is nestled on beautifully landscaped grounds that allows our students the opportunity to hear the birds in the Spring, run on the grass in the Summer, and build large snow people during the Winter months. (We have even had the opportunity to watch birds create nests, lay and hatch their eggs!)