About Inspiring Young Learners

Early childhood years are the most important time in the life of a family and the most influential time for children as they start on the road to learning. Children at this age are naturally curious and interested in the world around them. This magical time of extraordinary cognitive, emotional and physical growth, combined with an excellent early childhood program, sets the foundation for later learning and social relationships.

We offer:

  • A developmentally strong program with a focus on hands-on learning and experiences to develop self-help skills and independence.
  • Opportunities for everyone to develop, practice, and model happy, healthy behaviors.
  • Small classes and low child to teacher ratios.
  • An atmosphere where children feel at home.
Boost Up Kids Academy

Designed to inspire

Classrooms are designed to inspire young learners, capturing each child’s interests, ideas, and independence to encourage a growing awareness of self. Our play-based curriculum focuses on literacy, math, science, social and emotional skills, and physical development. We prepare students for love of lifelong learning by continually monitoring their readiness for new learning challenges.

Healthy learning community

We also believe that Small group experiences are vital to a healthy learning community and contribute to a sense of identity and security for all children. We strive to motivate each child to reach beyond his/her present knowledge and skills, to exercise initiative, and to transform the experience of falling into the joy of learning!

The joy of learning

Our teachers create a kind, caring atmosphere to foster imagination and creativity. We strive to create mutual respect and encourage daily communication between parents, teachers, and administrators. We believe parents are the most significant adults in a child’s life; therefore, our doors are open to parents at all times.

We look forward to being partners with you as we guide and encourage your children to grow and discover themselves as young learners.