Striving to be best

Everyone who works at Leapfrog is committed to making Leapfrog the best pre-school in the country. Our 20 year quest for quality has focussed on the needs of three specific groups:

* Parents.
* Students.
* Teachers.

Each of these groups has different needs and priorities. We strive to create a learning experience that blends all these priorities together. We are not yet best in every area but our program is still evolving and every year we add new initiatives as we better understand what produces the best results.

“To be good is not enough when you dream of being great.”

Our committment to your children focusses on three specific goals all intended to foster self-confidence and a positive attitude.

Our top priority is to teach your child the skills needed for success with OTHER CHILDREN (socialization skills revolving around negotiation and compromise).

Next, we teach your child the skills for success in his/her NEXT SCHOOL (academic accomplishments seem easy because we make them fun, physical, and relevant).

Finally, we teach your child the skills for success in SPORTS (because sports skills are an important part of every child’s self-esteem).

Our committment to our teachers is illustrated by the fact that we provide the best working environment in the industry.

Best equipment (heavy emphasis on manipulatives, sports equipment, educational software, wireless computer technology, audio/visual resources, etc).

Best academic programs (Saxon phonics, Saxon math, and the Oxford Reading Tree).

Best administrative support (proividing all the resources needed for outstanding teaching thus enabling teachers to focus on their children).

Best student/teacher ratios with maximum space/child (enabling teachers to customize program delivery around the needs of each individual child).

Our committment to our parents is illustrated by:

Affordable pricing (full time parents pay as little as $4.20 per hour). Our tuition was unchanged this year because we wanted to help our parents during economic trouble.

An outreach program designed to give parents all the information they need to be the best parents they can be.

learn how we accomplish these objectives