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What Certifications does the School Have?

Miami Springs Learning Center is an Early Childhood Development Center specializing in childcare of children from 6 weeks to 5 years of age.

The schoolis:

  • VPK Certified,
  • DCF Licensed
  • State of Florida School Readiness Provider.

Do students use uniforms?

Yes we require uniforms for  children older than 18 months. Please request our information brochure when registering  your child, it contains all the details.

Do you have a transportation service?

We do not have our own transport service, it is up to the parents to arrange drop off and pick up.

Do you assist with potty training?

Yes we do, as some of our  children are too young to be toilette trained, our staff knows how to handle this.

From what ages do you accept children?

Miami Springs Learning Center accepts children between 6 weeks and 5 Years of age

What Credentials does The school Staff Have?

Our bilingual staff has at least one the following degrees:   :

  • BA – Bachelor of Arts in Early Children Education – (4 year College Degree)
  • AA – Associate of Arts in Early Children Education – (2 year College Program)
  • CDA –

Certifications:

  • CPR
  • First Aid

 

What are the Schools Operating Hours?

Miami Springs Learning Center is open Monday to Friday from 7:AM to 6:PM

What Documents do I need for Enrollment?

Miami Springs Learning Center requires the following Documents

  1. Child Care Application
  2. Immunization Record
  3. Health Exam Record
  4. Birth Certificate
  5. Parent Identification

For more details Contact Us

You can also call (305) 888-1715

 

What is VPK?

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VPK is short for VOLUNTARY PREKINDERGARTEN. It is a state run program available to every child age 4, regardless of economic condition.  Florida’s FREE Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) education program requires that the child  be 4 years of age and a resident of Florida. Check these Useful Website for more detail on what you need to do. Or Contact Us

 

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