Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. We serve hot meals and nutritional snacks. We understand the importance of eating healthy and that many families are crunched for time at dinner. This is why our menus reflect a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables several times a week, whole grains on a daily basis, limited refined sugar snacks and cereals, reduced fat milk, and home cooked, homestyle meals. In fact, our center limits processed foods to a maximum of twice a week often only serving them once! We operate off of a 6 week rotating menu and do not repeat the lunch meal during this rotation. We offer a variety of ethnic meals, allowing children to experience different food types, textures and taste. Our location is equipped with a full-service kitchen, chef, and staff trained in nutrition, USDA guidelines, and proper portions for young children.

If your child is enrolled in a full time program and they are out of school for a full week (5 days) you pay 1/2 price tuition. This is allowed for up to 6 weeks per year. Teachers or employees for CFISD or other local schools receive full credit when out during school holidays.

Yes. We provide transportation to the following Cy-Fair elementary schools: Copeland, Homsley, Fiest, Lee, Postma, Birkes, Hairgrove, Owens and Kirk. These schools may change from year to year so please confirm with us prior to enrollment.

We offer care for children 6 weeks to 12 years.

We are open 6:00am until 6:30pm Monday thru Friday and only closed for most National Holidays

We are typically closed for New Years Eve, New Years Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the day after, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. These days are prorated into our tuition and there is no reduction in tuition for these holiday closures.

Of course. Our school is equipped with large areas of outside play. The children have scheduled times in the morning and the afternoon to explore the outside world.

Yes. All staff are trained in First Aid/CPR, Infectious Disease Control, Injury Prevention, and Child Abuse Awareness. Additional training in curriculum, child development, classroom arrangement, classroom management, age appropriate activities, nutrition & field trip planning are also required. The staff is encouraged to further their education through CDA and CCP programs and are given opportunities to attend professional training conferences. Because we are a certified Texas Rising Star Provider our staff must receive more training hours than a normal, state licensed facility.

1. Call 713.466.9407 or submit the “Request A Call” form in the enrollment section of our website to learn more about the programs offered and tuition rates.

2. Schedule a tour or just stop by. We are open from 6am-6:30pm

3. Secure your child’s spot by putting down a non-refundable deposit, which consists of the first week’s tuition and annual registration fee.

4. Complete the required enrollment documents provided on this website or upon your tour.