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Preschool Program: September 2017 – June 2018: Age 4 by January 1, 2018

Preschool Program: September 2018 – June 2019: Age 4 by January 1, 2019

April Vacation Program: Age 4-8

Heritage Museums & Gardens Summer Program at The Hundred Acre School: Age 4-8

A Preschool Unlike Any Other

Your child is filled with a natural curiosity, wonder, and desire to explore. When you nurture those impulses the right way, the results are remarkable. The Hundred Acre School was created to cultivate young minds using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) as a springboard to multidisciplinary learning.

What makes this program so unique are the opportunities afforded by the setting of our school – amidst Heritage Museums & Gardens 100 safe, private, and stunning acres. This setting allows children to integrate the STEM tools they acquire in the classroom with robust exploration of the natural world. It’s a program that doesn’t exist anywhere else.

Learning Habits That Last a Lifetime

The Hundred Acre School is filled with exciting opportunities for children to learn, have fun doing it, and excel. The invaluable problem-solving skills and life outlook that this program helps foster can help kids grow and thrive long after they’ve moved on to higher levels of education and into the adult world.

A STEM-Focused Curriculum

Heritage Museums & Gardens received a Preschool Innovative STEM Curriculum Grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care (EEC). The goal of the grant was to develop innovative preschool Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics curricula to be used by early education programs for preschool-aged children. EEC recognizes that quality programs include: project based learning, hands-on experimentation, and providing experiences that support natural inquiry. These concepts are central in the Collections Curriculum. While this curriculum has been developed for use at The Hundred Acre School, the hope is that the concepts are easily replicated by other programs. To learn more about our curriculum, click here.

Brain Building





A Visit by the Department of Early Education and Care Commissioner,Tom Weber 

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