About Our Programs
We offer a variety of programs for children aged 6 weeks through 8 years old.
Next Generation Children’s Centers has developed age-specific programs to aid the developing minds, bodies, and emotions of growing children, from six-week-old infants to pre-kindergarteners.
Our programs are based on the findings of over 20 years of research, which has allowed us to create a curriculum that integrates education, fun, and safety. Like our students, we love to learn! This is why we keep current on the latest research in childhood development and cognitive sciences. We continually integrate the latest findings into our programs so that we can provide you and your child the best early childhood experiences possible!
6 weeks - 15 months
Our Infant Daycare program provides a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment for the littlest ones in our care. Our caring teachers will work cooperatively with you to nurture your baby through the early stages of development.
15 months - 36 months
Toddlerhood is a time when language, social, physical, and cognitive skills begin to flourish. Toddlers are learning every moment of the day and using all their senses to explore.
3 - 4 years
Preschool is an exciting stage in your child’s development! Next Generation has two solid curriculum programs to assist in the educational, social, emotional, and physical development of each and every Preschooler.
4 - 5 years
A new world of learning opens up in our Pre-Kindergarten program. Our Pre-K teachers are dedicated to your child’s future academic success and create weekly lesson plans that tap into the children’s interests and cater to their abilities.
4 - 5 years
Kindergarten Club is a program that’s designed to help your child become more comfortable with the transition into Kindergarten. Through a wide variety of activities, lessons, and adventures, Kindergarten Club provides your child opportunities to fine-tune many of the skills they’ll need in Kindergarten.
5 - 6 years
Our private kindergarten program goes well beyond minimum standards of achievement and polishes your child’s academic skills, while still also allowing him or her to engage in physical activity and to develop social skills with fellow peers.