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Covenant Child Development Center

The Child Development Center (CDC) is a community service and outreach of Covenant Presbyterian Church. It is a nurturing pre-school with a purposed Christian worldview. Offering classes for ages 2 & 3 as well as half-day and full-day VPK. Children must be potty trained before attending the school.

Excel Christian Academy Early Childhood Center

Excel Christian Academy’s Early Childhood Center accepts infants and children from 6 weeks through 4 years old. It is part of Excel Christian Academy private school that serves ages infant through 12th Grade. Our play-based, child centered program reflects the integration of physical, cognitive, social, emotional, language, and spiritual areas for the total development of the child. Meaningful play encourages curiosity, risk taking, discovery and problem solving which allows individual growth and development of a positive self worth.

First Methodist School in Bartow (Age 2 – 8th grade)

At First Methodist School we feel that an essential key to higher learning is school enjoyment and that a child’s school years should be a positive experience. Children are learning about their world and developing socially, emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually. Our program offers activities and experiences to foster growth in each area. Serving age 2 through 8th grade.

First Steps Preschool (First United Methodist Church)

The First Steps Preschool at First United Methodist Church offers a loving, caring environment for children age six weeks though pre-kindergarten. Also a Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) provider, First Steps provides lower child-teacher ratios and room capacities than required by Florida Statutes. Recognized as a Gold Seal Quality Care Center by the Florida Department of Children and Families.

Grace Lutheran School (Age 2 – 8th grade)

Grace Lutheran School is a private school for children in kindergarten through middle school. Students recognize God’s spirit at work in their lives, creating a climate of trust and respect, cooperation and love among teachers, parents, and students. Grace Lutheran also has a preschool for ages 2 – 5, full and part-time programs are offered.

Hands & Hearts In Motion at Oasis Community Church

We are a 5 STAR, nationally accredited, faith based center in Lakeland, Florida. We accept children ages 6 weeks through 5 years, and are open year round. We are conveniently located close to the Polk Parkway, Bartow Highway, and Winter Lake Road. Our staff are credentialed and continuously trained in the Early Childcare field to bring the best educational experience possible for your child.

Kathleen Baptist Church Child Enrichment Center

At the Kathleen Baptist Church Child Enrichment Center and Day Camp we provide quality Christian education to children ages 2 through 5 years of age, as well as after-school care for elementary-aged children. Please contact us today!

Lakeland Christian School (PreK4 – grade 12)

The hallmarks of LCS are strong academics, championship athletics, award-winning fine arts, and a close-knit school-family partnership. Classes are taught from a Biblical perspective, emphasizing God’s truth as it applies to every aspect of a student’s life. The Discovery Program is offered to students age 5-14 with a specific diagnosis of autism and/or related disabilities.

Lakes Academy

Lakes Academy is a ministry of Lakes Church and will be launching as new school for the 2022-2023 school year.  The mission of Lakes Academy is to provide students with a Christ-centered environment, where they can receive a quality education with a biblical worldview. Our goal is to equip students to be “more than conquerors” for the Kingdom of God.

Little Shepherds Preschool at First Presbyterian Church

For more than 20 years, Little Shepherds Preschool has provided quality, safe child care for the Lakeland community. We are a licensed preschool for children 3 months to 5 years old, dedicated to providing professional and loving care in a Christian environment. Hours range from 8:30am – 2:00pm, with partial week options available (MWF / TuTh). Open during the school year.

Parkway Christian Academy (VPK-12)

Parkway Christian Academy is a college preparatory K4-12 school that offers a distinctly Christian education with a biblical worldview. Our mission is to glorify God, disciple students, and pursue excellence in education, with the Bible as our foundation and Jesus Christ as our focus.

Polk County FL Catholic Schools (PreK – 12)

Polk County Catholic Schools form remarkable leaders in a Christ-centered environment for a better tomorrow.  Our foundation of faith is an education for life.  The Polk County Catholic Schools system offers 3 Elementary/Middle Schools, 1 High School, and one Early Learning Center providing a high-quality Catholic education from Pre-K3 through 12th grade.

Neumann Early Learning Academy (Pre-K3, Pre-K4 and VPK) – 501 E Carter Rd, Lakeland, FL 33813
Resurrection Catholic School (PreK – 8th) – 3720 Old Hwy 37, Lakeland, FL33813
St. Anthony Catholic School (PreK – 8th) – 820 Marcum Road, Lakeland, Florida33809
St. Joseph Catholic School – Winter Haven (Pre-K3 – 8th) – 535 Ave. M NW, Winter Haven, FL33881
Santa Fe Catholic High School (9-12) – 3110 US-92, Lakeland, FL33801

Precious Children in the Highlands Preschool at Presbyterian Church in the Highlands

Our purpose is to provide quality childcare to the surrounding community, meeting the needs of families and children from varying backgrounds and abilities. Our faith-based curriculum provides spiritual, physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth opportunities for young children. We serve children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old, offer VPK, as well as a school-age program during the summer.

Resurrection Catholic School (PreK3 – grade 8)

Resurrection Catholic School is a Catholic private school for grades PreK3, VPK, and K-8 located in Lakeland, Florida. With a strong focus on academic excellence, spiritual development and service to others, RCS strives to nurture and develop students to their fullest potential. We are a parish ministry of Resurrection Catholic Church, but we welcome students and families of all faiths.

Ridge Christian Academy (VPK – grade 12)

Ridge Christian Academy is a Christian Preschool through High School operated as a ministry of Ridge Assembly of God. Our programs offer a Christian philosophy of education and a Christian environment for your children’s growth. Accepts Step up for Students and McKay Scholarships. Offering VPK and grades K-12.

Saint Anthony Catholic School (VPK – grade 8)

St. Anthony Catholic School is a private Catholic school and is a ministry of St. Anthony Catholic Church in North Lakeland, Florida. We accept children from Pre-K through 8th Grade, regardless of denomination. We are also a free VPK provider.

Small Wonders Child Development Center at Highland Park Church

Small Wonders is a full-time, year-round program that accepts children ages 8 weeks through pre-kindergarten. Small Wonders is governed by an appointed Board of Directors and is licensed by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). Half day and full day options. Goal Seekers before & after school care available for 5+.

St. John’s Preschool Winter Haven

St. John’s Preschool provides part time and full time child care services for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old including VPK. VPK is a free three-hour per day educational program that helps your child get ready for Kindergarten.

St. Joseph Catholic School (PreK3 – grade 8)

St. Joseph Catholic School, founded in 1957 in the Diocese of Orlando, is a faith community dedicated to the education of children as together we grow in the love of God, of others and of learning. For over 50 years, St. Joseph Catholic School has offered Catholic education with strong academics. PreK3 – 8th grade. VPK Program available.

St. Paul Lutheran School (PreK – grade 8)

St. Paul Lutheran School is a non-public school serving children age 15 months through 8th grade. Over the 56 year history of SPLS we have provided nurturing and engaging education that has equipped students exceptionally well for the next stages in their lives. This is all done with Christ and God’s Word at the center and with individual care and respect for each learner.

Victory Christian Academy (Age 2 – grade 12)

The mission of Victory Christian Academy is to partner with parents and the local church to provide the highest quality Christian education to prepare students to deal with the issues and realities of life by developing their spiritual, academic, social, and physical potential, all from the foundation of biblical truth. Serving ages 2 – 12th Grade.


Heritage Lutheran Church Daycare Home Preschool – Apple Valley, MN 55124

Daycare in Apple Valley, MN

Heritage Lutheran Church offers safe, loving childcare in the Apple Valley area. Kids learn through curriculum-based, educational activities. The facility is a home daycare providing a safe, nurturing space where kids learn important social skills. This provider offers childcare programs for children ages 3 years to 6 years. Availability is limited and first come, first served. Contact Heritage Lutheran Church today to discuss enrollment and schedule your free tour!

Daily Hours
• Monday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
• Tuesday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
• Wednesday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
• Thursday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
• Friday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

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Heritage Lutheran Church is a home daycare that offers childcare for families in Apple Valley and the surrounding Minneapolis – St. Paul area. Teachers help their students achieve important milestones by engaging in play-based, educational activities. The facility provides a safe, nurturing space where kids learn important social skills.

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– Your son has been naughty since the morning, – the teacher said.

My oldest child has never had any problems attending kindergarten. Daughter Tanya always went there with pleasure. The teachers treated her well, there were no complaints.

Now Tanya is studying at elementary school, and recently my youngest son Nikita started kindergarten. At first there was a long period of adaptation, then we began to leave our son for the whole day.

Tanya was leaving school yesterday. Her path passes by a kindergarten. When my daughter got home, she immediately called me and said:

– Mom, I heard that our Nikitka was crying loudly in the street in the kindergarten.

I asked my daughter if she could have made a mistake.

– No, the daughter answered. “It was definitely him. I immediately recognized his cry.

I took time off from work and ran to kindergarten. It’s good that our house and the office where I work are located near a preschool.

When I got there, the children from our group were really out for a walk. My son stood alone near the walking veranda and wept bitterly. There was no one next to him. Children walked nearby together with the teacher Natalya Petrovna.

– What happened? I asked the teacher. Why is my child standing alone and crying?

– Your son has been capricious since the morning, – answered Natalia Petrovna. We can’t calm him down. He refused to eat, does not want to play, so they put him separately so that he would not interfere with the rest of the children.

I don’t consider myself a mother, but I’m not going to offend my child.

– So, in your opinion, my son interferes with other children? I asked. – Isn’t it your direct duty to establish contact with all children? Instead of talking to the baby and comforting him, you set him apart and do not pay attention to his crying. And how long has he been crying like this?

– About 10 minutes, – the teacher lied without batting an eyelid.

– Not true, I answered. – My daughter passed by much earlier and heard Nikita crying.

– Don’t you think that another child could be crying, – said Natalya Petrovna. “Why do you immediately run here with accusations? Where were you before? The child needed to communicate more often with other children, otherwise your son is completely non-contact and, I would even say, a wild child.

I couldn’t stand it. She said that I was picking up my son, and the day after tomorrow I would talk about the incident with the manager.

So now I’m thinking, suddenly, after my conversation with the manager, Natalya Petrovna will treat Nikita even worse. But this situation cannot be left to chance either. Why should my child suffer?

After all, that’s why I brought my son to kindergarten, so that he could communicate with his peers here. And one of the duties of the educator is to teach children how to interact with each other and identify their characteristics.

And now Nikita was involved in several new processes for him. He was limited by certain rules that the son could not immediately master. This is a huge stress for a child. And with his behavior, Nikita simply asked for help, and he was punished for this.

I talked with my husband at home, discussed various options, up to transferring my son to another kindergarten. But even if we translate it, there is no guarantee that a similar situation will not happen again in a new place.

Yes, and the behavior of the educator cannot be left unpunished. You can’t treat kids like that. Today it was my son, and tomorrow any other child could be in his place. Not only does Natalya Petrovna not fulfill her direct duties, she is also rude and lying.

My husband and I decided that we should first talk with the manager, and based on this conversation, we will already decide how to proceed.

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Grand Peterhof Palace / State Museum-Reserve “Peterhof”

Stage 1 of construction: 1715-1725

Architects I.F. Braunstein, J.-B. Leblon, N. Michetti.

2nd stage of construction: 1745-1755 Architect F. B. Rastrelli.

Majestic and refined, the Grand Peterhof Palace, whose facade stretches along the terrace for almost 300 meters, occupies a dominant position in the composition of the Peterhof ensemble, linking the Upper Garden and the Lower Park into a single artistic whole. “Spreading its wings” over the water extravaganza of the Grand Cascade, it unites and forms around itself a harmonious system of alleys, architectural structures and fountains.

The existing appearance of the palace was formed during almost a century and a half. In the Petrine era, it was a small two-story building, the width of which did not exceed the width of the Grand Cascade, it was called the Upper or Upland Chambers and served for receptions and holidays. The idea of ​​the location and the original appearance of the palace belonged to Peter himself, and it was embodied by the architect I.F. Braunstein and such prominent architects as J.-B. Leblon and N. Michetti. In 1732, two galleries were added to the palace according to the project of M. Zemtsov, but the modest Peter’s Palace no longer corresponded to the splendor and luxury of the Russian court of that time.

This was the reason for its restructuring by F.B. Rastrelli. The favorite architect of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna had to perform a difficult task – not only to create a pearl of the Elizabethan Baroque, but also to preserve the walls of the Petrovsky Palace, integrating them into a new environment. Rastrelli coped with the task set brilliantly. Another floor appeared in the palace, the central space increased significantly, to which the wings of one-story galleries, completed with side buildings – the Church and the Building under the coat of arms, adjoined. The interiors of the palace, created by the architect, amazed with their dynamics and fabulous luxury. The walls of the halls were decorated with gilded carvings, mirrors created the impression of endless perspectives and visually enlarged the interior space. The Oak Cabinet of Peter the Great, preserved by Rastrelli, has become a relic placed in the magnificent frame of the new palace.

In the 60s and 70s of the 18th century, baroque splendor went out of fashion, and the interiors of the palace began to take on a different shape, in accordance with the new classicist style. At that time, stucco compositions became the main element of decoration, creating the impression of nobility, simplicity and sophistication of artistic taste. By order of Empress Catherine II, architect Yu.M. Felten re-decorates the Dining Room, Throne and Chesme Halls, and J.-B. Vallin – Delamotte creates in 1766 – 67. two Chinese cabinets.

The palace also changed in the 19th century. In 1846, by order of Emperor Nicholas I, in the eastern wing overlooking the Upper Garden, architect A.I. Stackenschneider, having built on the third floor, creates eight interiors on the occasion of the marriage of the emperor’s daughter Olga Nikolaevna with Prince Charles of Württemberg. Since then, the eastern wing has been called the Olginskaya half of the Grand Peterhof Palace.

The architectural appearance of the Grand Palace, formed as a result of all the reconstructions, bears distinct traces of different artistic tastes and styles, but the talent and professional respect for each other allowed architects of different eras to create a finished work.