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Pennsylvania Childrens Center

Pennsylvania Childrens Center is a private, Christian Reggio Emilia, and play-based center-based preschool in Tamassee, SC for infants, toddlers, and pre-kindergarteners.

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Overview

The Pennsylvania Children's Center is owned and operated by Tamassee DAR School and is licensed by the Department of Social Services of South Carolina to care for up to 56 children. The program is the only licensed day care facility in the community. The Children's Center is a quality driven program designed to meet the needs of children throughout the community for infants and children up to age 12. It is faith based and built around state standards to offer developmentally appropriate activities within a nurturing environment. In 2015, the Center was licensed to become a South Carolina First Steps 4K provider.

Quick Facts
Facility Type:Center-Based Preschool Ages:Not Available
Institution Type:Private Gender:Coeducational
Established:1975 Religion:Christian
Licensed:Yes Dress Code:No Dress Code

Mission Statement

Tamassee DAR School will bring to light the miracle in each child by sustaining families and educating the entire child in an environment that richly enhances and completely promotes the fullest development possible of every child's potential.

Curriculum

Teaching Philosophy
Reggio Emilia, Play-Based

Programs and Tuition

Program Types
Infant Care, Pre-K, Preschool
Class Type Age Range School Days Hours
Infant 3 months – 2 years N/A N/A
Toddler 2 – 3 years N/A N/A
Pre-K 4 – 4 years N/A N/A

Students and Staff

Director: Janice Young

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