About Us

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Learning to Grow Academy evolved from Learning to Grow Child Care, family/home daycare.  We are highly recommended by the amazing families we were fortunate enough to serve at Learning To Grow Child Care. Those families encouragement inspired us to offer our services in a child care center setting. We plan to continue the same level of quality and commitment with Learning to Grow Academy's families and our community.


Although our child care center is located in a church, we do not provide a religious curriculum, nor are we religiously affiliated. We do however believe in the spirit of acceptance. Our working relationships with churches  embody our values of partnership, co-operation, and community. As a true learning environment, we welcome children and families of all cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. We believe strongly that children whose early childhood experiences incorporate diversity have a distinct advantage as they grow and learn.



Learning to Grow Academy is a small center, with a small center atmosphere and a close community of staff and families. As much as we would like to, we will probably not be the best fit for famillies who prefer a larger childcare settings. This make us a better fit for first time parents, easing into a center setting or families interest in a small center setting. We communicte with current parents via a cummunication app, as the director split her time between the classrooms and the office.  However you can feel secure knowing that your child will be provided with a safe community environment and a positive social and emotional foundation.


We strive to be more than just a place where you drop off and pick up your child each day.  We are creating a community that is a source of quality care and community resources. We work side by side with you and members of the community to build a network of support as your  child grows into a happy, confident person, ready for lifelong learning.  We believe every child is a unique, capable and amazing individual, and it truly takes a village.