It was a family and community effort to open the doors that first fall. In that first year, there was only one teacher and six children. Over the past six years HCMA has grown to offer multi-age instruction to nearly 100 children and has expanded to include a Nature Based Preschool option, for our youngest learners, in collaboration with the Slim Baker Foundation for Outdoor Education. Providing families with choice and children with a childhood that what is preschool age their physical and emotional needs continues to be the hallmark of a Heart Centered Multi-Age education.
Through connections with peers, teachers and community children will develop their own unique potential that will further motivate their exploration of their world. Join us at an upcoming Open House. Teachers and parents will be available to chat with you about all the benefits of a Heart Centered education. Tours to our Nature Preschool site will also be available. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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