Children's House of Los Altos

★★★★★
  • 770 Berry Ave

    Los Altos, CA 94024

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  • 650-968-9052

About Children's House of Los Altos

Hours
Mon - Fri, 8am - 5pm; Sat, Sun, closed

Education

Education
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Children's House of Los Altos is a wonderful preschool that has provided 2 of our 3 children with a wonderful "first" learning experience. Our 3rd son is enrolled and will start in the Fall.

Children's House was founded by Ella Mayon who continues to actively lead the school on a day-to-day basis. The teachers have all been top-notch, and we have felt comfortable leaving our children in their care.

The preschool provides a range of programs for ages ranging from 2 1/2 years to 5 years. Each program is designed to meet the age appropriate needs of your child provided a rich and diverse curriculum mixing both social and educational development in a stimulating and clean environment. The preschool was recently remodeled.

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Children's House of Los Altos is a wonderful preschool that has provided 2 of our 3 children with a wonderful "first" learning experience. Our 3rd son is enrolled and will start in the Fall.

Children's House was founded by Ella Mayon who continues to actively lead the school on a day-to-day basis. The teachers have all been top-notch, and we have felt comfortable leaving our children in their care.

The preschool provides a range of programs for ages ranging from 2 1/2 years to 5 years. Each program is designed to meet the age appropriate needs of your child provided a rich and diverse curriculum mixing both social and educational development in a stimulating and clean environment. The preschool was recently remodeled.

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Great preschool located on the Loyola Elementary School campus. They also provide after school day care for Loyola students.

They have a variety of preschool programs for various age groups ? starting with a program for 2.5 year olds. Also programs for 3-year olds, 4-year olds and pre-K. They do not focus on a particular teaching method (e.g., they are NOT Montessori), but rather use a variety of methods. Newly remodeled buildings and playground. Traditional skills taught (math, science, language) as well as practical life lessons. Kids are typically in groups of 6 ? 8 with a primary teacher and then rotate with several groups to other teachers.

Our oldest son attended for three years. Our 2nd son ?graduated? last year. We will be sending our youngest to Children?s House for the 2.5 year program next fall. Kids in the 2.5 program do not need to be potty-trained.

The teachers and support staff are great! Cost is not cheap, but does not seem out of line with other preschools in the region.

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Great preschool located on the Loyola Elementary School campus. They also provide after school day care for Loyola students.

They have a variety of preschool programs for various age groups ? starting with a program for 2.5 year olds. Also programs for 3-year olds, 4-year olds and pre-K. They do not focus on a particular teaching method (e.g., they are NOT Montessori), but rather use a variety of methods. Newly remodeled buildings and playground. Traditional skills taught (math, science, language) as well as practical life lessons. Kids are typically in groups of 6 ? 8 with a primary teacher and then rotate with several groups to other teachers.

Our oldest son attended for three years. Our 2nd son ?graduated? last year. We will be sending our youngest to Children?s House for the 2.5 year program next fall. Kids in the 2.5 program do not need to be potty-trained.

The teachers and support staff are great! Cost is not cheap, but does not seem out of line with other preschools in the region.

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My wife and I selected Children's House for my 3-year-old son's preschool based primarily on its balanced approach to early childhood education. Rather than focusing strictly on one educational method -- i.e., Montessori, Waldorf, academic, play-based -- Children's House incorporates a variety of methods into its structure. Children are introduced to the traditional language, math, and science skills along with "practical life" lessons (such as how to wash hands and put on/take off shoes).

The school is located on the campus of Loyola elementary school, and provides indoor and outdoor play areas (a playground area and a bicycle area among the redwood trees). For the pre-K children, there is also a covered patio area for "outdoor" play on rainy days.

The staff is very enthusiastic, warm, and well-educated. The parents seem very engaged, and the school encourages parental involvement. Several evening parenting seminars are offered for those who are interested, along with social gatherings.

Tuition costs are average compared to other preschools we researched. Based on our experiences here thus far, we intend to send our son to Children's House for his pre-K year as well.

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My wife and I selected Children's House for my 3-year-old son's preschool based primarily on its balanced approach to early childhood education. Rather than focusing strictly on one educational method -- i.e., Montessori, Waldorf, academic, play-based -- Children's House incorporates a variety of methods into its structure. Children are introduced to the traditional language, math, and science skills along with "practical life" lessons (such as how to wash hands and put on/take off shoes).

The school is located on the campus of Loyola elementary school, and provides indoor and outdoor play areas (a playground area and a bicycle area among the redwood trees). For the pre-K children, there is also a covered patio area for "outdoor" play on rainy days.

The staff is very enthusiastic, warm, and well-educated. The parents seem very engaged, and the school encourages parental involvement. Several evening parenting seminars are offered for those who are interested, along with social gatherings.

Tuition costs are average compared to other preschools we researched. Based on our experiences here thus far, we intend to send our son to Children's House for his pre-K year as well.

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