Gifted Preschool classes opening

The Gifted Preschool recently announced the opening of its 2010-11 junior kindergarten and kindergarten classes. This program will provide a well-rounded and academically challenging opportunity for kindergarten-age children.

The selection of an academically centered educational program is one of the most important decisions you can make for your child.

The Gifted Preschool welcomes the opportunity to partner with you to help establish a solid academic, social and emotional foundation for your child in this coming school year. The Gifted Preschool’s class size is limited to 12 children and is taught by a credentialed elementary school teacher.

Call the Gifted Preschool office to make an appointment to learn more about its program at (760) 436-9666.

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