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Thank you to all our Sponsors, Donors, and Volunteers that made this the best Carnival yet!
We are currently seeking applicants for Teaching positions and to build our subsitute teacher pool for 2015-2016.
Please click on the Employment tab for more information.
We are currently seeking additional Board Members for Aldrich Memorial Nursery School. Please click on the Board of Directors tab for more information.
Now offering a 15% tuition discount for Board Members. See Board tab for more details.
Using shapes to form letters
Learning social skills through role play
Enjoying the thrill of self-discovery
Welcome to Aldrich!
Aldrich holds a special place in the hearts of countless children and families. Our curriculum has prepared preschoolers for kindergarten and beyond for 70 years. The Aldrich program provides a learning environment based on developmentally appropriate experiences in all areas of growth. We believe social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development are equally important.
Although the school has evolved over the decades, the continuity of dedication, professionalism, pride, and care continue to be evident in the classrooms at Aldrich. Each day, children at Aldrich take home something different, whether in their heads, their hands, or their hearts. We look forward to providing your child with a nurturing and educational experience at Aldrich.
Registration is now open for the 2015-2016 school year as well as the 2015 summer program.
Please click on the Enrollment & Tuition tab on the left for additional information.
Our Mission & Purpose
Aldrich Memorial Nursery School is a nationally accredited learning program for preschool children. Our mission is to provide an inclusive, developmentally based program that equally fosters a child's social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development, focusing on interactive play.
Aldrich provides a learning environment based on developmentally appropriate experiences in all areas of growth. Children learn through experimentation, manipulation, observation, and social interaction. Teachers plan the curriculum for the needs of both the group and the individual child.
Accredited by the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs