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BHPC Preschool & Kindergarten News

Monday
Sep142015

Parent and Me

We offer a Parent and Me program for babies ages 12 months through 29 months. The class offers a time of free play as well as guided activities.

Class meets for 1.5 hours once a week. Classes are offered two days a week on Mondays and Fridays. The classes begins at 9:00am and end at 10:30am. 

Sessions run eight weeks, and we are now accepting applications for the fall session which begins on September 25. Enrollment in each session is first come, first serve. Please note application to the preschool is a separate process. BHPP gives preference to families enrolled in our Parent and Me program however, placement in the preschool is not guaranteed. 

For more information or to apply, please call 310-271-5197. 

Saturday
Sep282013

Prospective Parent Tours

We offer monthly tours of our school during the school year. We require your participation in a school tour prior to submitting an application. Tours begin at 9:45am on the Wednesdays listed below and last approximately one hour. Tours are designed for parents only. Please call to make a reservation for a tour. 310-271-5197

UPCOMING TOUR DATES

October 11

November 8

January 10

February 7

March 14

April 11

May 9

Saturday
Jan142012

NAEYC Accreditation

Choosing BHPP for your child means choosing a program that is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). For more than 20 years, families have relied upon NAEYC Accreditation to ensure the quality of education and care provided in programs for young children. NAEYC is the mark of quality in early childhood education.

After months of extensive preparation and a visit by an NAEYC assessor in October 2016, we were just awarded our re-accreditation with high scores in all areas. We received commendations in the following areas; health, assessment, teachers, families, community relationships as well as leadership and management. The families commendation read "The NAEYC Academy commends your program for the high level of compliance with this component. Recognizing the importance of a reciprocal relationship between families and programs is essential to ensure that programs are meeting the needs of the children and families that the program serves."