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Educational Curriculum

High Scope

Proven, research-based strategies for learning. The High Scope Curriculum emphasizes adult-child interaction, a carefully designed learning environment and a plan-do-reviews process that strengthens initiative and self-reliance in children and young people. Teachers and students are active in shaping the educational experience.
A balanced approach for young learner and the people who teach them. The HighScope Curriculum integrates all aspects of child and youth development. Using research–validated strategies, this approach enhances each young person’s growth in the foundations of academics as well as in social-emotional, physical, and creative areas. By adopting the HighScope Curriculum – and learning to use it effectively – thousands of educators and caregivers worldwide are making a difference in the lives of children, youth, and families. Many of the activities that HighScope teachers do in the classroom or center can also be done at home. For example, families can provide many different learning materials, often using everyday objects that cost little or nothing. Families can encourage their children to make plans, carry them out, and talk about what they have learned from the experience. Our goal is to provide the absolute best educational foundation available to our children, to ensure they thrive.

What We Offer


6 Weeks - 18 Months


The deep emotional connection that babies share with their primary caregivers is a crucial influence in personally development. It also forms the foundation on which a child builds future relationships. At Nene’s Little Angels we ensure you that your baby will receive the best in care, hugs and interaction with teachers.
18 months - 2.5 years


By now your child is familiar with the world around them are ready for some independent thought. Toddlers love to explore, touch and taste things. They love play, jump, and move around. For, those reasons we build learning opportunities that enhance individuality, problem solving, self-regulation and engagement, all while learning through play.
2.5 years - 4 years


Preschoolers are ripe and ready to learn. At this age children will understand and communicate through words both spoken and written. They have a large vocabulary and express themselves by participating in conversation and using language to solve problems.
4 years - 5 years


Developed under a grant awarded by the Michigan Department of Education, we also provide Great Start Readiness Program (GRSP).