The safety of your child is our highest priority: it shows in our state-of-the-art entry security, our ‘no peanuts’ policy and the safety training required of all our staff members. École Maison is designed with your child’s safety in mind, and that gives our parents peace of mind.
From Circle Time with toddlers to an accelerated Pre-K curriculum, we’re all about addressing your child’s strengths and interests. Our students leave us ready and able to take on the academic and social challenges which lie ahead.
Our beautiful facility houses classrooms which are fully stocked for hours of fun! With a scenic play area and large space for indoor play, we never hear, “I’m bored.” If only parents had this much fun at work….
École Maison has deep roots in Hilliard and the surrounding communities. Being privately owned, we’re able to tailor our program to fit every child and base each decision on their best interests. Our theme-based approach prepares your children to make connections on multiple levels and apply them for a brighter future.
École Maison (A-cole May-zon) means “School House” in French — and that’s just how we see it — our school is an extension of your home.
Since opening our doors in May 2007, we have been privately owned and locally operated. Our growth has been quick and constant, so much so that we are scouting the potential for future facilities. We pride ourselves on our quality learning environment, our structured yet flexible approach, our energetic and caring staff, our curriculum-based classrooms, and our truly unique facility. We’re one of a kind and we love being part of the community.
Ms. Blankenship is the Director at École Maison, and has been for over five years. In total, she has been working alongside the owner for over 10 years. With that much time in, it’s clear she is committed to her job, and to what this special enrichment center in Hilliard represents.
“There’s a vibe here that exudes love and care; it is not just a daycare and a job. École Maison is unlike any other center that I’ve worked in or visited.”
While a preschool is focused primarily on education, it does not own the monopoly on it. In fact, quality daycares include a curriculum as part of their services. With longer hours, these daycares seize the opportunity to integrate many teaching opportunities throughout the day with the intent of preparing a child for kindergarten. The focus is to stimulate a child’s cognitive, physical and social development with a group of his/her peers.
Parents should weigh their needs with those of their child to make the best choice when considering a daycare or preschool. Bringing a set of questions pertinent to your situation along on tours is an excellent way to compare facilities. By combining the results of those answers along with your gut instinct, you will find the solution that is right for your family.