(305) 229-2858              

 info@earlystartlearningcenter.com

11895 SW 56th St., Miami FL 33175

Kids Are The Best
Explorers In The World


Early Start Learning Center is a premier preschool located in Miami, Florida. We are located in Horse Country, right next to the Turnpike.  Since 1991 Early Start Learning Center has been providing top-quality education to infants, toddlers and preschoolers. A learning center founded on two things: making life easier for parents and making school a wondrous experience for children. Early Start Learning Center was founded by a family for families.

Learning - Playing - Growing

 

We don't operate from a business plan, we operate from the heart. 


NEWS




DECEMBER

Wednesday the 18th: Infants, PreK-1 and PreK-2 Christmas Party

Thursday the 19th: PreK-3 Christmas Play and Party

Friday the 20th: PreK-4 Christmas Play and Party

Santa will visit Early Start on all three days.


Every Thursday Miami-Dade Mobile Library visit




Our Mission
Our Mission

Our mission is to provide excellence in preschool,  and summer camp for families living in the greater local area. Here you’ll find exceptional teachers, curriculum and learning environments that encourage children to learn, play and explore in a safe and nurturing setting. Our focus is to provide an encouraging educational experience, promoting social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. 

 

Our regular students range from 6 weeks old babies to 5 year old preschoolers. Summer campers range from 5 to 11 year old Elementary School students.

 

Why Early Start?

There are many reasons for choosing Early Start for your child's education.

Come in for a tour and see for yourself.

Teachers and Curriculum

Experience

Certified

Loving

Compassionate

Caring

Driven

Technology for the Classroom

Touchscreen

Smartboards

Magic Box

For PreK-2 Classes

Big Playgrounds

7

Play Areas

Age

Appropiate

Acres

of grass

Great Food

Real

Food

Cooked

Here

4 Weekly

Menus

Cleanliness

Full-Time

Cleaning Staff

Large Lunch Room

no eating in classrooms

Security

Academic

Activities

Water

Activities

Shows

and more...



Our Programs

Infants

6 Week

olds

2

Classrooms

Formula

Provided

Pre K-1

3

Classrooms

Assigned

By Age

Play

Learning

Pre K-2

3

Classrooms

Assigned

By Age

Play

Learning

Pre K-3

Getting

Serious

Academic

Learning

Play

Learning

Pre K-4   /  VPK

Academic

Learning

Getting Ready for

Kindergarten

School Break Solutions

5 and up

Years Old

Academic

Activities

Off Days

Off Weeks

Early Start has a great Summer Camp, lots of fun and academic activities.

Testimonials

The Haj Family

The Lirio Family

The Ortiz Family

Frequently asked questions            Social Media

Kids might only wonder where the bathroom will be, but you, as a parent, have a lot more questions as you prepare a child for Preschool.

Want to know what's going on?

The best way to appreciate Early Start is by taking a tour, you may visit us anytime as we have an open door policy. In our Facebook (see below) and Instagram ( Earlystartmiami )pages you will find thousands of pictures of our daily activities.

1. What is the minimum age for enrollment?

Babies can be enrolled when they turn six weeks old.

2. In which class will my child be placed?
3. Potty training?
4. When does the school year start and end?
5. Which documents are required to enroll?
5. Which days do you close?

Calendar

Contact Us

If you have any questions concerning the school, please fill out the form, or you may call us at (305) 229-2858. You can visit the school for a tour at your convenience, preferrably from 9 to 6.

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Since 1991 Early Start Learning Center has been providing top-quality education to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Hours of Operation

 Mon-Fri: 6:30 am - 6:30 pm


 

About Early Start:

  • Active learning
  • Individual approach
  • Cognitive development
  • Play-based learning