ABC Child Care & Preschool is a Cincinnati preschool. Parents appreciate the dedicated and compassionate teachers, the school's "Open Door" policy for all enrolled families, developmentally appropriate activities, and focus on self-esteem and positive thinking. The full-day program entails weekly lessons with creative art, music, science, gross motor, and fine motor activities, and there is also a before and after school care as well as summer program. ABC Child Care & Preschool is licensed by the State of Ohio, follows all state laws and guidelines, and works hand-in-hand with parents for optimal development of each child. The school president encourages interested parents to phone or stop by personally with any questions as well.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 353-5437
Arches Oak Hills, LLC has been a preschool in Cincinnati since 2009. The licensed Christian program follows the HighScope Curriculum and COR Advantage Assessment program, and its teachers are dedicated to helping children learn, grow, and openly communicate via exploration and trial and error. Age-appropriate Christian principals are taught as well, and children receive a healthy snack every day. All teachers at the center are in compliance with Ohio state licensing rules and qualifications, and Arches Oak Hills also offers before and after school care, kindergarten enrichment, a special needs and one-on-one program, summer camp, tutoring, and various music lessons as well.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 574-2252
Bella Bee Academy is a preschool serving the residents of Cincinnati. The group aims to prepare each child for successful participation in Kindergarten as well as further education endeavors via creative, academic, and social activities. Students work on letter-recognition skills as well as vocabulary and are also encouraged to develop healthy friendships and relationships. Bella Bee follows the motto of “Learning and Play…In Balance,” and interested parents may look through curriculums for two, three, and four-year-olds as well as at the Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum and Enrichment Programs including Music, Monkey Bus for health and exercise, Spanish, and Soccer Shots for non-competitive soccer fun.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 231-2423
CUMC Preschool provides preschool services for Cincinnati residents. Three to five-years-olds receive a supportive and enriching environment to develop their cognitive, social, emotional, physical, and creative skills via both self-directed and teacher-directed activities. CUMC is a cooperative program wherein parents are required to assist as a Parent Helper in the classroom for a specified number of days and can also volunteer to be on the school's Board of Directors. The center is licensed by the Ohio Department of Health and Human Services, and interested parents can contact the preschool to schedule a personal visit and tour.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 389-3060
Greenhills Cooperative Preschool has been serving the Cincinnati community as a preschool since 1955. The preschool is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and is administered and maintained by the parents of the children who go to the school. Parents are expected to contribute in various capacities such as serving as classroom helpers, cleaning classrooms one Saturday morning, helping with fundraisers, participating in field trips, and serving on one committee of their choosing. This involvement helps reduce the cost of tuition per child, and parents are also elected to a governing board. Teachers at the school hold degrees in early childhood or early elementary education and are assisted by teacher aides as well.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 825-5300
Hyde Park Preschool & Toddler Enrichment has been providing preschool programs in Cincinnati for over 10 years. Children can attend the center from the age of 18 months until four years and can develop their social, emotional, and educational skills in a caring environment that is focused on each child's unique needs and learning style. Students benefit from a low student-teacher ratio, and morning, as well as half-day classes, take place two to four days a week Monday through Thursday. The center began as Hyde Park Toddler Enrichment Group and expanded to include a preschool program at the demand of parents, and the center is known for its close-knit community and individualized attention.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 314-9033
Jelly Bean Junction Learning Centers runs a preschool in the Cincinnati area. The preschool program encourages participants to explore and observe their environment for optimal development, and teachers incorporate the Ohio Early Learning Content Standards as well as the Developmental Continuum from Creative Curriculum. Parents also receive referrals to other community services if required. Jelly Bean Junction runs eight separate locations in Cincinnati and Columbus and also has separate programs for infants, toddlers, school-age kids, and summer camps. The group was voted Best Child Care Facility in the Best of Parenting awards from Cincinnati Family Magazine in 2012 and receives star ratings from Ohio's Step Up to Quality program as well.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 528-3333
Little Schoolhouse In The Woods is a preschool in the Cincinnati area. The "Farm and Forest School" is known for its nurturing and wholesome environment in the beautiful Mount Airy forest and is based on various education philosophies such as from Waldorf, Helle Heckman’s early childhood approach, and Lifeways. The play-based outdoor school takes children from the age of two through six and operates Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM until 4 PM. One of the founders was in charge of the extended care program at Cincinnati Waldorf School, both founders have been foster parents, and the school focuses on the healthy and happy development of each child.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 481-4141
Redeemer Preschool Hyde Park is a preschool serving the Cincinnati community. The Christian preschool is known for being fun, safe, and caring with developmental programs that include dramatic play, nature, music, and age-appropriate cognitive skills. Children from the age of two and a half to five can attend the school, and parents praise the highly qualified and experienced teachers, nurturing curriculum, " loving, family environment," and weekly chapel time that all help to produce a well-rounded child who is successfully prepared for kindergarten. Interested parties can peruse classes and a calendar on Redeemer's website, and summer camp information is available as well.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 533-5980
Sharon Hill Daycare is a Cincinnati preschool. The center's qualified teachers provide a loving environment for children to learn and grow via weekly lesson plans per Ohio's Infant & Toddler Guidelines and Early Learning Content Standards. Programs are available for six-week-olds to five-year-olds, and parents can review all details on the school's website. Children receive social, physical, cognitive, and emotional stimulation as well as nutritious meals and snacks and also benefit from an on-site organic garden. Sharon Hill Daycare is state licensed, operates an open door policy for parents, and follows the Step up to Quality protocol, which is for preschools that exceed minimum licensing standards.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 772-2666
The Children’s House has been a preschool in Cincinnati for over 20 years. The Montessori-inspired preschool chain strives to prepare young minds for the next level of their education and works to develop each child's language, mathematics, science, and intercultural skills. The preschool is for ages two and a half to three, there are also pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs, and parents can read all details on the center's website. The Children's House also provides childcare for all children enrolled and kids in first through sixth grade as well as infants and toddlers at some locations. The teachers are known for being dedicated, interactive, and caring nurturers.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 451-4551
The Village Preschool offers preschool services in Cincinnati. The school is known for compassionate teachers, who are dedicated to instilling a love of learning in every child and use teacher-directed cognitive learning combined with independent activities to help students develop perceptual, scientific, mathematical, and language skills. Literature, science, music, and dramatic play are also introduced in a social manner. The preschool holds a license from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, which is renewed every year after site inspections and classroom observation. Parents are able to participate in a variety of ways and roles as well including via a Parents Association and a volunteer Board of Trustees.
Cincinnati, OH(513) 232-9966