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Where children blossom.

Nurturing each child’s potential is at the heart of the Josie‘s Learning Center commitment. Caring for our community’s children creates a bright future for everyone. We welcome infants and children to age 12. Open Monday to Friday 5:30 am to 6:30 pm. 

Preschool, Infants, and Toddlers. A Lifetime Love of Learning starts here. Preschool combines learning, social skills, and fun for kindergarten readiness and skills development at each child’s own pace. Infants and toddlers receive personalized attention, skills enrichment, and develop close-knit relationships with staff. Peace of mind for parents is assured.

Montessori for ages 3 to 6. Children are natural learners. Dr. Maria Montessori (1870-1952) pioneered a learning model that cultivates children’s innate curiosity, creativity and intellectual growth. Each child proceeds at his/her own pace and develops skills for independence and academic knowledge. Practical life and social skills, language, mathematics, sensorial and cultural subjects are all explored in a learning environment that guides, nurtures, and enriches the individual child. We offer 2, 3 and 5-day Montessori classes for children ages 3-6 years. Classes run from 9 am to 3 pm, with wrap-around care also available.

Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program (ECEAP) & After School. At Josie’s Learning Center it is a cooperative preschool enriched through active parent and family involvement. Sponsored by Snohomish County, ECEAP offers four year olds a wide variety of educational experiences, engaging activities, health and nutrition screening, and family support. Designed to enhance the development of children to assure a successful kindergarten experience, ECEAP is available at no cost to income-qualifying families.

Before & After School to age 12. Early and later Center hours (5:30 am to 6:30 pm) assure children have a safe, dynamic place to continue their learning and recreational development. Indoor and outdoor play areas, field trips, and art, eco-science, and other creative activities enhance social skills as well as intellectual and emotional development.