Infants & Toddlers
After School Care
Education Station Preschool opened February 27, 2006, servicing children of ages 2-5 part-time and full-time care, School-age children ages K-12 years. Seeing a need for quality infant and toddler care service, we expanded our services in August 2009 to include an infant/toddler program. Responding to a need in the community, Education Station Preschool added two additional classrooms increasing our building capacity to 114. In 2016 our last and final expansion of an additional 3200 sq ft allowed ESP to create a premier Elementary program (K – 5th Grade) with an exceptional education that focuses on individualized, hands-on learning in an inclusive environment. In addition to the new program, we have increased our interior building capacity to 186 and expanded the outdoor playground to include a 5500 sq ft sports field. Our School Aged program now includes Spring, Summer, Winter camps, and camps on non-public school days off.
Would you like to enroll your child today?
Interested in good preschool education for your child? Our kindergarten Program is the right decision!
Choose a program for your child
Education Station offers a Mini-Camp for Preschoolers and a Full Day Camp for school-aged children (9 am – 3 pm). Our activities are designed to strengthen and build friendships, have lots of fun, and make memories that last a lifetime!
Action Packed Trips | Fun in the Sun | Sports Field | Top-Chef Culinary Classes
Field Trips | Lego Building Contests | Bounce House | Color War
Frequently Asked Questions
What is your Discipline Policy?
Discipline is a process of learning self-control, respect for others, and responsibility. Positive methods of discipline will be practiced at all times so children are aware of an acceptable code of conduct at school. Please refer to our code of conduct page for more info.
How do I stay connected with teachers throughout the day?
Parents can access daily notes through the Lifecubby app. These daily notes include information such as the mood of the child, amount of food/lunch the child ate, books read, songs and music sang, diapering and potty schedule, activities, outdoor playtime, etc… Pictures and even videos are sent to parents!