Children's Center Program

A good early childhood curriculum adopts self-directed learning as its objective. This method assumes that the most effective learning is that which grows out of the child's own motivation. With this type of curriculum the St. John's Children's Center teacher will:

  1. provide the child with choices,
  2. offer the child opportunities for experiencing and understanding their environment through manipulation, through play, through exploration of materials and ideas at the child's own rate, and
  3. interact with the child to reinforce and extend his choices and discoveries.

To enable our Center to assist a child in growing to his or her potential, a very carefully planned and supervised program is presented to the child. We include various activities of play, religion, movement, math, science, music, social studies, language arts, and creative arts. We invite and encourage volunteers to support our Children Center program; call us to learn more about getting involved.

St. John's Children's Center is blessed to have a staff of over 30 trained, loving, and nurturing child care professionals to care for your children.

St. John's Children's Center is in harmony with the State Department of Social Services and is licensed under their authority and supervision. St. John's Children's Center admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships and other school-administered programs. Please call (661) 664-9127 for more information.