They utilize a primary caregiver system with a developmental- interaction approach. Each student will be assigned a caregiver who will be responsible for forming a close relationship with the child and help carry out daily routines. Children will learn based on their interactions with their environment through activities that they are developmentally ready for and interested in. They provide a total of 10 rooms for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and try to provide mixed age groups when possible.
Welcomes children with special needs as they work with a language therapist, physical therapist (PT), occupational therapist (OT), and a counseling therapist or special education itinerant teacher (SEIT).