What We Offer
Abacus Early Learning Centers offer care for children from six weeks up to twelve years of age. Our Admission Policy states that we will only accept children who are at a stage of growth and development that enables them to benefit from the program.
Abacus does not enroll children whose particular needs are not able to be met at our center or whose behavior is endangering to others. Written, documented reasons for refusal to admit or to provide care to a child will be provided upon the request of parents. No child shall be excluded from our center by race, religion, national origin, or disability.
Our programs include:
Kinsley and I want to thank you all for the past two years that she has attended. Your overall program structure, activities and special events for students and families has helped to shape her and build close relationships with teachers and other students. As a working parent, I cannot stress the importance of knowing that your child is safe, healthy, happy and learning. Abacus meets and exceeds in all of those areas! I won’t hesitate to recommend this facility to others.
Please accept our thanks for the best gift a parent can receive–your investment in Jacob. Jacob is thoroughly prepared to meet the challenges of the next phase of his life, kindergarten, thanks to all of your instruction, support, encouragement, nurturing and love. Jacob will carry the contributions from each of you as he meets his future opportunities. Thank you for making a difference in his, and our lives. We will all miss our daily interactions that have meant so much. Best wishes to all of you, and again, many thanks!
I enjoy seeing my daughter’s interaction and relationships with her teachers, as well as other employees. I very much like to see how smart my daughter is and has learned because of this specific program and environment.
You just get the sense that they care. They love what they are doing. The only thing I can contrast to is when Stephanie and I tried to drop Katie off at a nursery at church one weekend, and Katie started throwing a tantrum, and the volunteer just kind of stared with this what-do-you-want-me-to-do-with-her kind of attitude. If Katie throws a tantrum at Abacus, the ladies there take control, tell you to get going ’cause they know you need to get to work, and are very reassuring. Katie loves it there.
Have questions? Contact any one of our Abacus Kids centers.
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