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MK WINNERStrong Educational Foundations are Built at Encompass.

Discovery, creative expression and social problem solving are just a few concepts instilled in our students within the Encompass Early Learning Program (the only school in the area accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children). We offer early learning programs for children 12 months to 5 years old to give them the best start in life and prepare them for lifelong academic success.

Enroll now for 2017-2018 toddler and preschool classes.


Begin your child’s education journey at Encompass in our toddler program. Encompass offers several programs for children as young as 12 months old to stimulate social skills and brain development through age-appropriate, play-based learning experiences. Toddlers and caregivers make new friends, parents receive education and support as well as consultation and screenings with specialists if needed.LEARN MORE.


Ranked in the top 3% of preschools nationally, Encompass is the only NAEYC-accredited program in the area. Our curriculum for 2 through 5 year olds promotes social, emotional, cognitive and physical development as well as discovery and creative expression. Registration begins January 18, 2017. LEARN MORE.


Encompass welcomes our students into our four strategically-planned classrooms (using the highest standards set by the National Association of the Education of Young Children) and huge outdoor learning environment. Students and parents love our low student-to-teacher ratio (less than 6:1) and we welcome parents to visit and volunteer within our classrooms! Our teachers are degreed and create individual lesson plans for students to help them succeed and emphasize their unique learning strengths. Developing executive function skills is a focus at Encompass (those specific skills brain scientists have found to predict academic success).

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