Early Childhood Education Center

 

Our Christ-centered curriculum gives children
a foundation for life-long learning

naeyc-accreditation-logo Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children

St. John's ECEC is a non-profit daycare that offers a warm and nurturing Christian environment where each child is loved as a unique gift of God. Our ECEC provides year-round programs for both full-time (ages 2-4) and part-time (age 3-4). Our ECEC is a NAEYC accredited school.

On Saturday, September 9th, St. Johns will be hosting its 7th Children's Consignment Sale & Small Business Expo. The sale is the biggest parent-organized fundraiser for the school, and all proceeds of the sale will go towards renovations of our school. We are seeking Consignors and Volunteers! We also seek donations, and we can pick up your items and provide donation slips for tax purposes. Thank you for your support!

Hours Of Operation
Monday Through Friday
6:30am-6:00pm

Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it.
-Proverbs 22:6

Located at:
5952 Franconia Road
Alexandria Va 22310

For a tour of our center please contact Maritza Guerra at
703-971-3581

 

Here at St. John’s ECEC, we support and encourage early STEM learning. STEM stands
for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and it is important because it can be found in every part of our lives. By exposing students to STEM and giving them
opportunities to explore STEM-related concepts, they will develop a passion for it and a
greater understanding of the world around them. We hope that by teaching them STEM
concepts, children will be able to develop a curiosity that will push them to learn more
deeply about all subjects. We also hope that by teaching them STEM concepts early on
in life, they will be more prepared once they enter public schools to be at the forefront of their classes. We hope to include as many fun activities throughout the year as possible to really foster a love for STEM subjects.

Here is a video about the class that Ms. Stephy and Ms. Maritza took to learn
more about STEM activities for preschoolers.