KUEBLER EARLY LEARNING CENTER
Where Great Minds Are Born
Welcome to Kuebler Early Learning Center - a place for children to grow, learn and play. Your children deserve nothing but the best, so bring them here for an inviting environment that encourages curiosity and fun.
Learning Through Play
The educational programs at Kuebler Early Learning Center were created with our children’s needs in mind: to mature and develop in a safe yet stimulating environment. Take a look below to learn more about each program.
What You Need
Our Imaginative Play has been perfect for many families. If you have specific questions about day-to-day activities or the program timeline, simply get in touch - one of our team members will be happy to help.
INFANTS & TODDLERS
We typically run a wait list in this class. Call to schedule a tour and fill out the wait list form.
We serve children as young at 6 weeks. Our infant teacher has been with us for over 10 years and worked a long side many families as they navigate the first few years of parenting. We are more then just a safe place to take your child while you work. We are an extension of your family and provide your little one with the love, nurturing and attention they need to thrive.
PRESCHOOL & PRE-K
A Perfect Fit
We offer 3 preschool classes to meet the different needs of these early years. Our classes approach learning in a way that cultivates curiosity, encourages exploration and builds self esteem.
Here For You
Here at Kuebler Early Learning Center we not only provide care for young kiddos we also offer a program for that time before and after school.
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During their time with us we will have a variety of art, games, sensory and physical activities for them to enjoy. In addition there is homework support.
During days where there is no school we have many activities and field trips planned.
Our goal at Kuebler Early Learning Center is to prepare children for the next stage of their lives through the development of motor abilities, thinking skills and healthy interactions with their peers. Keep reading to learn more!