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The Caring Center

The Caring Center is a private, Non-denominational Montessori, and play-based center-based preschool in Verona, WI for children ages 2 years through 12 years.


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As Verona has been growing, our center has expanded our after school programs to accommodate the need for quality programs designed specifically for these busy ages. Parents can be at work with the peace of mind of knowing their children have a variety of constructive activities and caring staff available to them. In the 40+ years that we have served the children and families of Verona , there have been a number of changes. We look forward to continuing to meet the wide variety of needs for high quality, educational children’s programming in the Verona area. The Caring Center is licensed by the state of Wisconsin. Our center also has had a long-term membership with the Wisconsin Child Care Administrators Association. (WCCAA) Our administrator frequently serves on the board of this state-wide organization which promotes quality programming for children.

Quick Facts
Facility Type:Center-Based Preschool Ages:2 – 12 years
Institution Type:Private Gender:Coeducational
Established:1972 Religion:Non-denominational
Licensed:Yes Dress Code:No Dress Code

Mission Statement

To provide a nurturing environment based on sensitivity to each child’s physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual needs. The Caring Center believes that a child’s experience at our center should be based on a series of teachers’ aims and children’s rights.


Teaching Philosophy
Montessori, Play-Based

Programs and Tuition

Program Types
Pre-K, Preschool

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