The staff at Carolina Kids Child Development Center, Fort Mill is dedicated to providing young children early educational experiences that will serve them for years to come. Our preschool takes a skill-based approach to early childhood education that helps children progressively develop valuable skill sets in 9 different subject areas. We combine play-based experiences with teacher-directed small group activities that target important developmental skills in every one of our daycare and preschool programs. And, as elementary schools are altering schedules, we are here to serve your needs and the needs of your school-aged children with enhanced programs to help with virtual learning sessions and more.
- Infant Daycare (ages 6 weeks to 1 year)
- Toddler Daycare (ages 1 to 2)
- Twos (ages 2 to 3)
- Preschool (ages 3 to 4)
- Pre-Kindergarten (ages 4 to 5)
- School-Age Program (Kindergarten – 5th Grade)
- Summer Camp (ages 5 to 12)
Kind Child is a program that helps young children nurture and strengthen social skills and develop character. Kind Child is a regular subject within our curriculum and we introduce new social and emotional skills every month. The goal of Kind Child is to elevate the emotional well-being of each child in our care and build positive friendships all over our preschool.
We pride ourselves on providing preschool children an exceptional education in fun-filled learning environments. Our Ascend Curriculum gives our teachers a flexible framework that helps our students progressively build skill sets within 9 different learning domains every month. Important skills are taught in every program and fine-tuned just before kindergarten in Kindergarten Club.
Partnering with Our Parents
Children thrive when there’s a strong partnership between school and home. Our preschool center has an open-door policy and we welcome visits from our families at any time. We regularly host events for the whole family and celebrate major holidays throughout the year. We also offer a variety of communication pieces to keep you current on your child’s day and their overall academic progress.