Enjoy The Best Of
The Neighborhood

An A+ Rated School District
Near Parks And Family Essentials

An Easy-To-Find Suburban Paradise

Near I-45 for a quick, direct commute. Enjoy vast, green spaces as you pull up to a red brick home away from home to welcome you. Shady trees and a large setback for easy pull up make drop-off and pick-up a pleasure.

Convenience And Green Spaces In Beautiful Friendswood

Enjoy proximity to highly rated public schools and the convenience of nearby shops, cafes, and restaurants to get through your errands list fast. Take advantage of the library or one of many parks nearby to wind down with your little one after a busy day.

Outdoor Eating Patio And Large Setbacks Add Comfort

Your child loves spending time outdoors, and a shaded patio is a great place to break bread with friends on beautiful days. Plus, large setbacks and free parking make pick-up and drop-off smooth and safe.

Expansive Outdoor Area Where Little Bodies Make Big Moves

Age-segregated areas host lots of safe fun for your little one. Whether they’re just learning to walk or taking the tricycle for a spin, time outside every day helps your child grow strong as they challenge their muscles on the playground and with friends.

Sparking Clean For A Healthy Clean

Teachers follow a daily schedule to keep your child’s toys, books, and tools sanitized and safe. After hours, a professional cleaning crew cleans deep to disinfect your child’s classrooms, bathrooms, and playgrounds, safeguarding their health and keeping them in school.
Sparking Clean For A Healthy Clean

Peace Of Mind Is Knowing Your Child Is Safe

When attentive teachers join forces with safety features like cameras, fenced-in yards, and limited access, you can rest assured your child is in a trustworthy environment where safety is a top consideration.

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How Old Is Your Child?


6 weeks - 12 months


12 - 24 Months


3 - 4 Years

School Age

5 - 12 Years

Summer Camp

5 - 12 Years

Where Little Minds Make Big Strides