It’s Time To Make Friends and Learn New Skills
Know Your Kids are in Good Hands, Having Fun and Most of All, Learning!
We Teach Your Toddler With Patience, Repetition, and Commitment
The acclimation process depends on the amount of time your child is in the school. Full-time students get used to the program, curriculum, and environment a lot faster than our part-time students. While part-time students do take longer to acclimate, don’t worry! We’re here to ensure that your child is happy, safe, and nurtured through it all!
A Fun Start to the Day Ahead
Full Language Immersion for Your Child to Quickly Become Fluent in Spanish and/or English
"She had a real affection for her teachers and made lasting friendships with her classmates"
Teachers are Creative, Nurturing, and Sweet with the Children
Our teaching team is intentionally getting to know your child and very responsive to them. Whether they need a hand working through something or a different approach is necessary for your child, we will happily accommodate with helping hands and hearts.
“Wonderful place. Our daughter loved the kind teachers and friends, learned a lot in one year. Would absolutely recommend Crossing Borders to other parents that are looking for a place to develop the language skills of their toddlers.”
– Patrick K.
Your child naturally develops an everlasting bond with the excellent teachers in their life. Our world-class team is not only responsive, attentive, creative, and nurturing, but we have a low teacher turnover rate and a stable community.
Making Friends In Every Classroom
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As of today
We are offering 2-day (T/Th), 3-day (MWF) and 5-day options. If you want your child to be in two languages which we call Dual Language Program he/she must be sign up for 5 days.
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Noemi is a Spanish Teacher for the 18-month Spanish class. She is Bilingual in English, and Spanish. She has been working for Crossing Borders International Preschool Since March of 2019 and is currently pursuing a Child Development Associates degree. She loves children and believes that with patience, love and teamwork every child can grow and become the best they can be. She is looking forward to being a part of the growth and development of every child she meets.
Monica is a Spanish Teacher for Crossing Borders International Preschool. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. She studied Clinical Laboratory at Universidad de El Salvador. Monica started working for Crossing Borders as a school aide in 2013 and was promoted to Spanish Teacher for Toddlers in 2016. She loves the opportunity that working with children allows her to be part of their future success.
Debanny is a Spanish Teacher for Crossing Borders International Preschool. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. She has been working for Crossing Borders since March 2018 and is currently pursuing a degree in Child Development. She has been working with children for over four years now and is passionate about teaching children the Spanish language and culture. She believes in working with parents as a team to help their children excel. She is looking forward to being a part of each child’s growth and development.
Rosario is a Spanish teacher for the two-year-old classroom. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. She has worked with children for three years now, and she is currently pursuing a degree in Child Development. She has worked for Crossing Borders International Preschool since November of 2018 and is looking forward to working with the parents as a team to give their children an excellent experience with a happy and fun learning environment.
Gladys is an English Teacher for Crossing Borders International Preschool. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. She is currently working towards her Childhood Developmental Associate Credential. Gladys started working for Crossing Borders as a school aide in January 2015 and was promoted to English Teacher in September 2015. Gladys enjoys teaching her students and promotes a loving, caring, and fun environment in her classroom.