Call Us: 610-913-WCLC (9252)   /   director@thewclc.com  /   55 North Brick Lane. Elverson, PA 19520

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© 2017, The Whole Child Learning Center, Inc.  All Rights Reserved .    Last Updated: September, 2013 (EOCP)

We are conveniently located on Route 23 in Chester County just a few minutes from the Morgantown exit of the PA turnpike. 

 Proudly serving families of Berks, Chester, Lancaster and surrounding counties.

Where Children receive Loving Care

 

Give us a call:

610-913-WCLC (9252)

Our Programs

 

All of our programs are designed in accordance with High Reach Learning Curriculum!  This curriculum is designed to meet NAEYC accreditation requirements.

 

High Reach Learning Corporate Goals and Mission Statement

 

Our goals at High Reach Learning are:

-To provide quality lesson plans for teachers so they have more time to teach.

-To develop consistency within the center/school, teacher-to-teacher, day-to-day, year-to-year.

-To develoop products that promote creativity among teachers and children. 

-To provide a balanced program that addresses the whole child - social, emotional, physical, and intellectual. 

 

 

High Reach Learning Mission Statement

 

High Reach Learning, Inc. is committed to creating high-quality; developmetally appropriate learning materials that allow teachers to easily facilitate a creative, integrated, hands-on learning experience for the whole child.  Our goal is to enhance the development of readiness skills, encourage a love for learning, and promote family involvement in the learning process. 

 

 

 

Program Philosophy

All High Reach Learning curriculum programs are based on the philosophy that children learn best through hands-on activities that address the needs of the whole child.  In addition, each High Reach Learning program reflects the belief that children need a balance of child initiated and teacher facilitated activities each day.  This approach is grounded in sound child development theory and appropriate practices.  Themes are used to introduce information and learning takes place as a child explores and manipulates real objects and events. 

To Learn More About Our Specific Programs Click Below!