Philosophy

The Philosophy

Children who get the right start at an early age are the successful adults of tomorrow.

Multiple studies, including those by the National Institute of Child Health and Human
Development, found that children who receive high quality early education tested higher
in language ability and cognitive skills.

IMG_0047Unlike many other preschool teachers, our teaching staff knows where your child is headed — into the higher education system. We’ve been there, and we can tell you, many of our students were not properly prepared with the skills required to be successful in elementary and secondary school. Literacy is our main focus because we realize this is the main tool needed to thrive in any educational environment.

One out of every five children is diagnosed with a learning disability. We are trained in, and have experience with, many different learning disabilities and can be a lifeline to help parents struggling with these challenges. Martin School of Early Education has also adopted the Orton-Gillingham methodology which was developed to help children struggling with dyslexia, and have had tremendous results with this reading program. It is designed to help all children learn to read, especially the ones who struggle. Our goal is to create life-long readers and learners without leaving any child behind.