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Saint Vincent’s Day Home is a child development center that has a strong educational focus. Our teachers follow a well-crafted curriculum and daily lesson plans to ensure that each child reaches their benchmarks. We also keep a daily journal on each child to track their progress towards their goals and document critical health and behavioral factors that are essential for their success.

Our goal is to provide a safe and enriching environment that fosters children’s development. We take pride in our comprehensive program, which offers young children enriching learning opportunities that cater to their curiosity. Our HighScope curriculum is play-based and active, providing developmentally appropriate experiences that are tailored to meet the unique needs of each child. We believe that children succeed in school and life when they have the chance to grow in an environment that is safe, educationally enriched, and fosters their intellectual and social skills based on a positive sense of self.

We offer an exemplary and comprehensive program for toddlers and preschoolers, and a licensed kindergarten. Our innovative strategies are designed to address the physical, emotional, and cognitive needs of children, laying the foundation for their lifelong well-being, productivity, and success.

At the Day Home, we understand the importance of the first 5 to 7 years of life in building the foundation for a child’s future success. That’s why we have developed a curriculum that honors the irreplaceable nature and sanctity of childhood by creating a calm oasis where children are free to express themselves, learn, and discover their own unique value.

We believe that our work lays the foundation for children’s lifelong well-being, productivity, and success. We are committed to creating an environment that is safe, nurturing, and fosters the development of each child’s unique potential. With our HighScope curriculum, innovative strategies, and comprehensive program, we are confident that we offer the best learning environment for young children.

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