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At this private preschool with an emphasis on bringing out each child's individuality, teachers work with small…More groups of students, from 15 months to 5 years. Children are encouraged to grow by expressing their ideas and exploring their natural curiosities, and teachers promote qualities like social intelligence, beginning literacy, and mathematical thinking and counting.
While most kids attend a full-day schedule five days a week, children under 2 have the option to go part-time. Applications are accepted throughout the year, and reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Tuition ranges from $13,300 to $26,635, depending on your child's age and desired schedule.
The John Winthrop School was founded in 1965 by a member of the First Church in Boston. It's located in the basement of the church, but is no longer affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist denomination. The school also has a partnership with Northeastern University to provide a teaching assistant in each classroom.