BE CREATIVE,
BE IMAGINATIVE,
FEEL INSPIRED!

The mission of Red Door is to inspire children with imagination and wonder!

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"THE PILLAR OF
EDUCATION"

Red Door is a home away from home for our children.

RED DOOR REVIEWS

Be creative, Be Imaginative, Feel Inspired!

Red Door is like no other place when it comes to early childhood education.  The teaching staff recognizes that every child’s journey is different and they focus on educating the whole child.

Our staff is passionate about developing each child at their own pace. The result is an environment where every child succeeds, regardless of their abilities.

Our STEAM based curriculum offers the unique blend of imagination and discovery.  This curriculum stimulates new ideas and critical thinking that the students take part in and bring to fruition.

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Admissions

When placing students into our program levels, age is just one consideration. We also take into consideration academics, social readiness, maturity and stamina.

Admissions Process

Our Team

Our staff is made up of highly qualified, knowledgable, caring individuals. Learn more about our staff’s backgrounds, interests, and abilities.

Meet Our Staff

" We Have a Culture of Love for All Children "

We love every student for his/her individual abilities and personality; treating each as if they are our own.
We use humor and create a fun environment where the child knows they are part of a family… a community.

School News

Mar
15

How to Choose a Preschool: A Checklist

As a parent, you likely take your child’s educational future very seriously. As a part of that, you will probably agonize over choosing the school…

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Feb
20

Red Door ELC Offers A Seamless Enrollment Process

The end of the 2018-2019 school year will be here before we know it, which means it’s time to start planning for the 2019-2020 year.…

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Jan
28

Combining Science and the Arts in the Classroom

When discussing education, it’s common to place different subjects and areas of studies into their own little box. Schools may divide up the students’ day…

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