For more than 25 years, Kiddie Kollege has fostered a love of learning in kids age 6 weeks–12 years, offering safe, nurturing day-care programs led by a caring and experienced staff. Staff members develop individual schedules for each child age 6 weeks–18 months, curious kids 18 months–3 years develop their motor coordination and confidence with structured activities, and preschool kids, age 3–5, participate in a storybook-based curriculum that introduces literacy, language, math, and science. Staff members assess each child twice a year to identify developing skills and needs. Kids age 5–12 build friendships and academic skills with book readings, games, and field trips, along with supervised science experiments where they'll learn how to transmogrify homework about physics into homework about fudgsicles. The staff-to-child ratio is four to one for infants, five to one for toddlers, eight to one for preschoolers, and ten to one for school-aged children.
The teachers at Quantum Prep recognize that each of their students possesses a unique learning style, and they craft a curriculum personal to each pupil. Whether teachers are tutoring grade-school students, helping with homework, or prepping a high schooler for the SAT, the process remains the same. They devise the best way to teach each individual student—based on a profile of his or her learning style—and then work to build a sturdy knowledge base. Once that’s in place, they not only add new knowledge and skills, but also foster better study habits. During the nine hour videos of SAT prep, students learn 100 subtopics and practice with the official SAT prep problems disclosed by the test writers.