Our loving preschool educators have years of experience teaching and working with young children. Beautiful Minds Academy ONLY hires the best! Our facility has just the right size to be able to create a family like environment. We provide the love and comfort that is intended to make our little ones feel at home, away from home. Beautiful Minds Academy is committed to providing a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment for our young children. We provide enriching opportunities every day to help them reach their full potential socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively within the learning environment.
The play-based curriculum focuses on literacy, math, science, social and emotional skills, and physical development. Classrooms are designed to inspire young learners, capturing each child’s interests, ideas, and independence. We prepare students for on-going learning goals, we monitor their readiness for new academic challenges.
Our Preschool educators have been devoted to teaching for years. They 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 open door policy is available to all legal guardians and parents during hours of operation.
Beautiful Minds Academy is a place that values people: the children in our care, their parents, and our employees. We continually work to earn the trust placed in us, and strive each day to be the best early childhood educators in our community.
As a parent, I can completely relate to the anxiety and concerns parents have to face every day when they are confronted with the decision to have someone else besides themselves to care for the most precious people in their lives. Parents are not only concerned about the well being of their children, but also with the fact that their little ones are learning. The goal of Beautiful Minds Academy is to suit all of those needs. We only offer quality care with the purpose of alleviating the worries that come with not being able to be around your child during that time.