Selecting the Right Center & Location

We know that selecting the right care and learning center for your child is a big decision. And, we understand that you want to be certain you have made the best choice for your child.

We assure parents that we care for your child like you would at The Sprout Academy.

The Sprout Academy Centers provide a warm, safe and fun environment that helps your child develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually.

Our passionate teachers and innovative programs help your child discover that learning is fun, while making new friends and building strong relationships with teachers who partner with you in your child's development. Our partnership includes regular communication with you about everyday moments and major milestones.

In addition, we provide excellent value and convenient locations that – combined with our commitment to helping your child learn and grow – we hope makes choosing The Sprout Academy an easy decision.


Questions to Consider When Evaluating Child Care

Looking for the best care for your child can be a stressful challenge. We understand that finding the right environment is an important decision.

The Sprout Academy knows what it takes to create a safe, caring and educational environment for your child. We have answered tough questions from concerned parents, and we have learned what matters most to families just like yours.

Ask the following important questions when you visit any child care center so you can easily compare and make the best decision for your family. 



  • Does staff communicate daily with parents about their child’s progress?
  • Does staffing allow for each child to receive individual attention?
  • Does staff read to the children?
  • Does staff seem patient and receptive to children’s needs?
  • Is staff respectful of children and parents?
  • Does staff encourage children’s sharing, manners and other good behaviors?
  • Does staff appear lively, smiling and interacting in a positive manner with children?
  • Does staff involve children in daily learning activities?
  • What is the teacher-to-child ratio?


  • Does the facility appear orderly and clean?
  • Are there age-appropriate toys in the classrooms?
  • Are hazardous materials locked away?
  • Is there an emergency plan and is it posted?
  • Are there security measures in place?
  • Is there a policy for sick children and other circumstances?


  • Do the children have a consistent routine that they can understand and follow?
  • Do the children seem occupied and engaged?
  • Are the children involved in activities that promote learning?
  • Is there a policy on discipline?
  • Do the children seem happy?


  • Is your initial reaction a positive one?
  • Is this a place my child would enjoy?
  • Would my child be safe here?
  • Would I/we feel comfortable using this program?
  • Would my child learn new things every day at this program?

Other questions to consider: