Colonial Schools: Early Education Meets Lifelong Experience

 

Colonial Schools have earned two and three stars in the Step Up to Quality Program. To learn more about how this benefits your child click here.

 

Unlimited child care hours are available 7:30 AM- 6:00 PM for one low monthly fee.


Explore a Future for Your Child at the Colonial Schools
Our educational programs are dedicated to instilling values and character for total child development through virtues of responsibility, citizenship, fairness, honesty, respect and trustworthiness. If you are interested in your child attending either of our Colonial Schools, please take a moment to examine our admission policies and procedures and view our days and hours of operation.

We encourage you to meet the teachers who represent the driving force behind our goals or take a 360˚ virtual tour. Take a minute to read our Schools’ newsletter, the Chalkboard (at right) and contact the Colonial Schools at 513-867-4006 to schedule a personal visit.

COLONIAL SCHOOLS CARNIVAL
SUNDAY, MAY 18 | 1 - 4 P.M.

Have a great time and show your school spirit at the Colonial Schools Carnival! Enjoy games, pony rides, petting zoo, prizes and yummy carnival treats with the whole family.

Admission is $7 per person, children under 2 are free.  A special thank you to our sponsors!

Big Top Sponsor: First Financial Bank

Midway Sponsors: US Foods & United Heartland Insurance

For more information or to order your tickets, call the School Office at 867-4006.


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Goals for Enrolled Children and Community Residents:
  • Fostering realistic experiences with active, healthy older adults to help children form authentic ideas about growing up and aging
  • Learning creativity and openness with the guidance of older adults who are sharing knowledge, experience and energy
  • Building cross-generational friendships
  • Enabling adults to reflect upon their own childhood and memories
  • Increasing interaction between generations, fostering mutual respect and understanding and instilling a positive attitude between kids and adults in a way that is purposeful, educational and enjoyable for all
  • Participating in a volunteer program where older adults are needed, developing an increased sense of self-worth, and thereby improving their physical and mental health
  • Giving residents a comfortable time and place reflective of their interests and abilities in which to interact and relate with children