Infants (6 weeks – 1 year)
Activities are designed to promote the baby’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical development. More information
Toddlers (1-3 years)
Divided into two groups by age, this program offers a combination of playtime, learning and one-to-one support. More information
Full-day program (8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.)
Children are encouraged to make decisions and solve problems in order to develop a positive self-image and self-confidence.
Reading, language, math and science are part of the curriculum along with arts, music and playtime. More information
I have been to other centers in the past and was always worried how my boys would be taken care of; I had reasons to due to marks being made on them and teachers not knowing how they got there. Because of this I switched to Creative Years. Fifteen years later third child I am hooked on Creative Years. The teachers are educated, caring and take time to know your child and what makes them "tick". My boys are 18 and 16 then their is my daughter who is 7 years of age all them have shared stories and they love to compare their favorite teacher who ends up being the same Miss Kerri. It's nice knowing that when I leave my kids I know that they are learning values and are being well cared for.
- Jen F.
We were referred to Creative Years by my husband's colleague and we are so grateful! It's a safe and productive environment for the kids. The teachers through all the levels are very approachable and available to hear any concerns. They do a very good job at communicating on how the child is doing in their class. My son is currently in the kindergarten program. Their curriculum is thorough and very hands-on. They provide a good balance of free play and academics. The indoor gym is the best !! We have recommended the facility to our friends and they have enrolled their son as well.
- Pooja J.