Choosing a preschool is difficult. Between the cost of tuition, proximity to work/home, class size, ratios, and curriculum, it’s hard to know where to look when the time comes.
Consider your search over—the JCC Denver Early Learning School meets all expectations when it comes to all the careful considerations you and your family have to make. We are proud of the lifelong journeys we’re able to foster at our center, and we encourage you to reach out today to learn more about our excellent facility, staff, and curriculum.
*Our school offers full-time care, Monday-Friday 8:30 am-3:30 pm with the option of adding extended care from 7:30 am – 5:30 pm. At this time, we do not offer a part-time schedule. Our Early Learning School serves children, starting at 8 weeks old through age 5.*
At this stage, we follow the lead of the children for both their feeding and sleep schedule, while we work towards creating strong relationships with teachers and peers.
We continue the learning path in supporting children in their developing independence. Children will develop self-care skills while learning through short and long term investigations.
Educators support the developing verbal skills of children, while creating the basis for strong sense of self and interpersonal relationships.
3s & 4s
Children are provided with a multitude of learning opportunities to support their social-emotional growth, while increasing their knowledge around interest-driven topics.
Why the ELS?
Our constructivist-based curriculum encourages play-based learning and exploration. We appreciate and acknowledge each child’s unique learning style and adapt our curriculum to best facilitate each student.
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