The Circle of Friends Academy provides a safe, developmentally appropriate environment for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. As a Keystone STARS Star 4 facility we offer unique stimulating early childcare in Lancaster PA. Our education experience promotes each child’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. Our goal is to support children’s desire to be lifelong learners.
During the first year of life, your baby’s brain is growing so fast. Stimulation helps engage them mentally and develop their senses. In the infant room we provide a day care solution that focuses on helping your child build their motor skills and reach their developmental milestones faster. At Circle of Friends, you have access to Schreiber’s nationally recognized services that will enrich your infant’s experience.
The toddler daycare program is designed to be a positive first school experience. Teachers are creative and flexible, and they encourage discovery. Our program helps your children grow while learning through their individual interests. The children have opportunities to explore through play at their own pace while developing valuable social skills and peer relationships.
Preschool is an important time in a child’s development for social skills and awareness of others. Our child care pre-k program guides children to problem-solve, develop self-help skills and interact with peers. The children discover the world around them in a safe, nurturing and encouraging environment. They learn respect for themselves while preparing for kindergarten success.
For tours or to register, contact:
Director of Child Care Services
Circle of Friends Academy
717-393-0425 ext. 171
Child Care Payment
“I can tell how much Jack loves everybody here. When I take him out to say goodbye, everybody knows his name. Everybody says goodbye to him. He lights up and smiles. Knowing Christina Kalyan and having seen her work, I could say she would give Jack the kind of care he needed. You guys do a fantastic job with kids with disabilities. And you also look at the whole family unit, and I think that’s really important.”Alicia Fleming, Circle of Friends parent