The Why Behind Woodcrest Preschool: We love to see children grow. For over 45 years Woodcrest Preschool has cared for children in a loving and nurturing environment using time tested curriculum that is taught by childcare professionals. Woodcrest Preschool has 5 locations: Newbury Park in Thousand Oaks, Agoura in Las Virgenes, Tarzana & Sherman Oaks in the San Fernando Valley, and Lake Forest in Orange County.
10% of the preschools in the United States are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. NAEYC is the mark of quality childcare. All Woodcrest Preschool locations are NAEYC Accredited. Click here for more information on NAEYC Accreditation.
What makes the program at Woodcrest Preschool different?
Our early childcare curriculum is filled with healthy living skills, yoga, gardening, cooking, music, art, math, pre-reading, social studies, animal exploration, and much more. This enhanced preschool curriculum promotes a strong academic foundation, superior social skills, understanding of routines, and a healthy lifestyle. Most importantly, Woodcrest Preschool is a loving and nurturing school where experienced teachers are committed to making your child feel special.
Please call today 888-788-9491 to tour our schools in Agoura, Newbury Park, Lake Forest, Tarzana and Sherman Oaks to see firsthand how Woodcrest Preschool is the right fit for your family.
“Research has shown consistently that children who attend a high-quality preschool program are more successful, both academically and socially, in kindergarten and beyond. Participation in high-quality preschool has been shown to influence cognitive and communication skills, as well as social competence and a variety of behavioral characteristics related to learning such as curiosity, task persistence and willingness to follow directions. These positive developmental outcomes for young children have, in turn, been found to increase young children’s school readiness and chances of success in school.”
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