Picture this! It is the first day of kindergarten! You walk into the classroom with your child radiating an air of confidence. Your quick scan around the room confirms your suspicions - the other parents and children are filled with anxiety and fear - they are unprepared!Unlike these other families, you will long remember this day with pride. Attending the Spotted Zebra Learning Center prepared you and your child for the challenges of kindergarten and made you feel secure in your child's ability to succeed. The Spotted Zebra Learning Center has now made this first day of school an enjoyable experience rather than one to be feared.
26 Computer Drive East
Albany NY 12205
Look for more information as we plan our opening for June, 2014!
The Spotted Zebra is a great environment in which pre-schoolers can learn and (most importantly) have fun! Our son Nicholas has learned to understand the world around him and has been introduced to a variety of social skills. During the past year and a half, he has developed an amazing sense of self-confidence. He is inspired daily to think through situations both critically and creatively.
Nicholas learns things he would likely not be exposed to elsewhere. The Spotted Zebra’s teachers and therapists adore all of the kids and give them all the attention, affection and guidance they need to grow as little individuals!
Chris and Alicia Bivona, November 2010
Our son, Christopher, attended the Spotted Zebra for a year and a half, for preschool and the summer Playing in the Sandbox program. He had been diagnosed at age two with PDD-NOS and sensory issues and his therapists highly recommended the Spotted Zebra for its excellent student:teacher ratio and programs.
From our first interview with director Sheri Townsend, our family felt welcome and at home. Our needs and concerns were addressed kindly and with close attention. We needed to talk and she listened and provided excellent advice and most importantly, hope for our son's future.
Raymond and Lisa Witkowski
Anonymous parents of a wonderful little boy at the Spotted Zebra, November 2010
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