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Maple Street Church Nursery School
90 Maple St, Danvers, MA 01923
Maple Street Church Nursery School provides students with an engaging curriculum filled with fun and play. Students willMore learn basic social and motor skills alongside lessons in the arts and fundamental academics. Information regarding the school and the extended-day lunch program is available on the school's website. This is a nonprofit institution.
Stepping Stones Nursery School
46 Cherry St, Danvers, MA 01923
Established in 1969 at Calvary Episcopal Church on Cherry Street, Stepping Stones Nursery School features a friendly,More professional staff, a large, bright activity room and ample off-street parking. Parents are welcome to accompany their students to a juice and cookie social on the first day of class, to help make the little ones' transition easier. The school is heavily involved in the community, participating in Endicott Park Day, the Christmas-tree lighting, Support Our Troops drives, programs for the Danvers Food Pantry and more.
St. Mary of the Annunciation School
14 Otis St, Danvers, MA 01923
This parochial school, first opened in 1958 by the St. Mary of the Annunciation parish with the Sisters of Notre Dame deMore Namur, delivers a Catholic education to students from preschool up to eighth grade. St. Mary's annually enrolls about 400 students from Danvers and 26 other communities. Full-day and half-day kindergarten is offered and an extended day option is available for four-year-olds in the preschool program; there is also an early bird program. Students can receive individual or small group assistance in all core academic areas at the learning center. The Notre Dame Center next door is used by the religious education office at St. Richard's. There is a playground behind the building and across the way is Great Oak Elementary School, a playground and four baseball fields.
Great Beginnings School
28 Water St, Danvers, MA 01923
Great Beginnings is a warm and loving educational facility for infants to school-age children. Its goal is to help eachMore child to develop, at their own pace, into sensitive, independent, secure individuals. The staff meets and, in many cases, exceeds state requirements for education and are hired for their responsiveness and sincerity for working with children. Great Beginnings offers two, three and five full-day classes for infants to kindergarten and also half-day morning sessions for children 3 years and older.
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