One of the most common questions we’re asked is for school recommendations. We’re so lucky to live in an education-rich city and that San Antonio has a robust public school network, a well balanced private school community, and a wide variety of charter schools to choose from. It is our belief that there is a “right fit” for every family and because we cater to the greater San Antonio area, your options cover a large area. On this page you’ll find information about San Antonio area Early Childhood Education programs including full day/ full time, half day, Mother’s Day Out programs, and more. This guide is a paid listing, brought to you by Alamo City Moms and San Antonio Board of REALTORS® as well as the schools listed below.
SAN ANTONIO PARENTS SAY:
“We chose (and love) our Early Childhood Education schools for their focus on play, nature and motor skills development in the younger years.” – Erin R.
“We loved the flexibility that a two day a week program allowed our family – our daughter made friends, socialized, and developed cognitive skills far beyond what we could provide at home!” – Elizabeth R.
“The Early Childhood Education program both our children have been through followed a learn-through-play based curriculum which was perfect for their active minds and bodies. While they certainly learned things like letters, numbers, shapes, and such in preparation for kindergarten, the social skills and a love of learning they developed were just as important to us.” – Jennelle B.
St. Luke's Episcopal School
For over 70 years, St. Luke’s Episcopal School has offered an exemplary education to talented PK-8th grade students. Challenged by high academic standards and nurtured by passionate teachers, our students are poised for future success. Our holistic approach and joyful learning environment develop the mind, body and spirit of children. Extensive co-curricular programs equip students with the timeless skills, values and aptitudes they will need to navigate the challenges of the 21st Century. As a vibrant faith community, St. Luke’s forms confident and faithful scholars, citizens, and leaders.
Country Home Learning Center
Since 1982, Country Home Learning Center has earned a reputation in the San Antonio day care community for providing the very best in quality education. Our individual classes are age-divided, with exceptionally small class groups. We offer a fully accredited educational program in a first-class facility, where a warm and caring staff utilizes a professional curriculum and the very best in educational toys and equipment. With 8 schools around the San Antonio area we care for children 6 weeks to 13 years. Come by and see why we are the premier San Antonio preschool of choice!
Christ Lutheran Day School
For over sixty years, Christ Lutheran Day School has provided a nurturing and loving place for children to learn and grow in their pre-school years. Children ages 18 months to five are eligible to enroll in our National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accredited program. Our school is located in the Alamo Heights area.
Little Sunshine's Playhouse and Preschool of Stone Oak
Little Sunshine’s Playhouse & Preschool provides parents with peace of mind and children with a safe, secure & educational environment through our unique services and proprietary, Reggio Emilia-inspired curriculum. Early education has a lasting impact on a child’s life and it’s our mission to use this time to ignite the love of learning and spark curiosity through play. We maintain a reputation of unrivaled distinction in preschool and early childhood education making us a sought after, premier private preschool program for children ages 6 weeks through Pre-kindergarten. Learn more at littlesunshine.com or contact Teresa Bernal at (888) 990-5066.
Give your child a unique learning experience. Montessori Schoolhouse is not a daycare, although at the end of the day your child will have had a day of feeling cared for! We follow the Montessori Method of learning, developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, to help children across a range of intellectual, emotional and developmental levels acquire a sound background for academic skills, creative skills and an interest in pursuing learning.