Your Child Is in Great Hands
Gifted was developed based on our owner's educational philosophy that "All children have gifts and talents and can learn when placed in a learning environment that embraces their learning styles." Scientific research shows that the early years of your child's life will be the most important for their educational and emotional growth - a time when the mind, both neurologically and figuratively, is at its most receptive and adaptive.
At Gifted, it is our profound responsibility to make the most of these formative years and build a love of learning that will be with your children for the rest of their lives. We will provide your child with experiences that will effectively promote their acadmic, social, and emotional development through literature, music, art, and so much more.
We ignite the spark of genius in our students by helping them discover their unique talents and interests in a warm, nurturing environment. We are introducing children to their first classroom experience using best practices in early childhood education, leading the way for students to become enthusiastic, compassionate, and curious problem solvers.
Our curriculum programs are designed for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. At each level, our students receive a developmentally appropriate program.
Health & Safety
At Gifted, Health and Safety is our number one priority! Healthy children thrive in many tasks they participate in. We provide children with nutritional morning and afternoon snacks along with a full lunch. We believe in a balanced nutritional program and follow the guidelines of the USDA.
We strive to create a safe and healthy environment for our students daily through daily sanitizing and disinfecting, proper hygiene procedures for children and staff, and enforcing health and wellness policies on our campuses.
We believe in building a staff of educators who fit our Gifted morals and values. Our staff goes through an initial federal criminal background check system before hired and they complete above the required hours of training and courses to grow professionally.