Our school days begin at 6:30am and end at 6:30pm. We offer a variety of weekly program lengths, including 2-day programs, 3-day programs and 5-day programs. In addition, we provide both morning half-day programs and full-day programs, allowing parents to choose the best option for both their child and schedule.


3mo - 16mo

Laying their roots, infants begin to experience their world using all 5 senses while they use and strengthen their gross and fine motor skills.


16mo - 2yr

As their stems begin to sprout, children begin to identify who they are and what it means to be part of a community. This is highly communicative stage in their lives as they explore non-verbal, verbal and written communication skills.


2yr - 3yr

Their leaves are blooming and students are learning how to express themselves using the “100 languages of children”. They start to learn how to organize themselves and start exploring where they are in time and place.


3yr - 5yr

As we grow into young saplings, children have attained all Virginia state standards of learning via our Reggio and PBL approach and are prepared for Kindergarten. They will have a more complex understanding of all the content taught throughout the program and will be able to guide their own learning. They will have incorporated all attributes in the learner profile.



(Before & After School Program)

Our children are now ready to climb the tree and make new discoveries. They are ready to build their own realities and learn from them. Children will delve into Project Based Learning; they will be given real world problems to solve moving from local to global issues. Children will also have an opportunity to work on homework and/or conduct computer research. We appreciate the children have been in school all day so our program promotes several organized games, free play on the playground or just a safe place to “hang out” with their friends. We embrace letting “kids be kids”.




The learner profile is a group of attributes we instill in all our Reggio’s Treehouse students, regardless of which campus they attend. Our curriculum systematically incorporates these profiles into the daily lesson plans and requires our facilitators to document how children display these attributes.



Enrichment makes something more meaningful, substantial, or rewarding. Enrichment improves something. At Reggio’s Treehouse, we are enriching young minds by integrating the following services into our curriculum: