Milpitas Parents' Preschool 355 Dixon Rd, Milpitas, CA95035 Milpitas Parents' Preschool is a nonprofit, cooperative-run school administered and maintained by parents to ensure a…More low child-to-adult ratio and comparatively affordable monthly tuition. While there are accredited teachers in the classroom, parents also contribute to classroom duties. In addition, this preschool will toilet train your little one.
The Little Gym of Milpitas offers gymnastics, karate, cheerleading, sports skills and dance classes for children. In…More parent-toddler classes, little ones tumble, boogie-down and ride the "magical mat." Older kids learn to tap dance, maneuver the uneven bars and pirouette on balance beams.</p>
<p>During the summer, themed camps, such as Wild West and Dinosaur Days, are available. On select Friday and Saturday evenings, parents can drop their kids off and enjoy a night to themselves. Registration for these special "Parent Survival Nights" is required in advance.</p>
Plantation Christian School 697 Lexington St, Milpitas, CA95035 Plantation Christian School is a Christian-based homeschooling organization that helps families with the formalities of…More teaching their children at home. While homeschooling gives parents the ultimate flexibility to meet their child's educational needs, it also poses a set of legal requirements to keep compliant with state regulations. Keeping transcripts, tracking textbook materials and updating parents with the latest homeschooling methods and research are some of the core of services that Plantation Christian School provide.
Calaveras Montessori School caters to a unique mix of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners--based on…More its location at the school district and Calaveras Hills Alternative High School. The little ones at this Montessori come from the general public, employees of the Milpitas Unified School District and young parents completing their high school education at Cal Hills.</p>
<p>Parents can rest assured that their children are being nurtured and challenged by Montessori-certified teachers. To prove it, there are even "kiddy cams" available on-line for parents to sneak-a-peek on a password protected area of their website. Parents will also find it a delight to watch their little ones march in the Halloween parade, frolic in the Easter egg hunt and hula in the summertime luau.</p>
International Children Assistance Network 532 Valley Way, Milpitas, CA95035 A non-profit organization founded in 2000 by a group of young Vietnamese professionals, the International Children…More Assistance Network's programs aim to create strong family and community networks that support Vietnamese children. ICAN offers several parenting workshops such as Happy 5, a series of child development workshops for parents and grandparents that help explain how children develop from infancy to age 5. There is also a radio station with doctor and lawyer guest speakers, monthly forums and fundraisers, such as concerts or wine tastings. Also, there are ongoing scholarships and international programs to help children in Vietnam.