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A true partnership between teachers children families

We work to understand the full picture of every child’s development, from the school environment to the child’s family to our greater shared Ann Arbor community. For us, learning is a deeply collaborative project.

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With small classes and dedicated, experienced teachers, we empower children to take charge of their own learning path.

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The freedom to engage with a wide array of materials in a flexible space is an essential part of every child’s experience at Allen Creek.

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Testimonials

When I think about the school, the word that comes to mind is community. It gives such specialized attention to each and every student while also making each student and their parents feel part of a larger community.

Lauren WisniewskiAlumni Parent and Board Member

Allen Creek welcomed our family into its amazingly supportive community and we are very thankful. This is a preschool that cares not only for academic development but social and emotional development as well. Our son really benefited from his time there and we have built lasting friendships with other Allen Creek families. I cannot recommend this preschool enough!

Michelle ZajacAlumni Parent

We could not be more grateful that we found Allen Creek for our son. The developmental leaps he has made since attending (3’s and 4’s programs) have been astounding. The parent groups and the support from the family consultants are invaluable. We feel so much more confident as parents and are amazed at how well our 4 year-old can express his feelings, work to resolve conflict and act with compassion.

Becky Winkler and Binod DhakalAlumni Parents

While our daughter did very well academically and socially, she was still having issues with separation. It was important to us to be in a place that was not only sensitive to this kind of issue, but that could help us to continue to work with her to resolve it in a healthy way.

Maggie and Mike Marcantonio