Growing Success through early childhood development

The Growing Tree

Established in 2010, Our mission at The Growing Tree is to provide the community with an early childhood education program in which the administration, staff, and parents collaborate effectively to foster children's natural love for learning and to nurture each child's individual development. We have an infant room where our staff encourages mobility, self-awareness and communication between the child and his/her parents and caregivers.

Our toddler classroom is well-organized and well equipped to provide experiences for toddlers in building blocks, literacy, creative arts, dramatic play, active physical play (indoor and outdoor), sensory development, and social interaction. The program offers and encourages opportunities for cooperative play, positive peer interactions, the development of self-esteem, and a wide array of planned activities that spark imagination and curiosity in young learners. Pre-K and Kindergarten programs provide families with a licensed, high-quality program in a small group setting. This Growing Tree location offers school aged programs during the summer months. Contact us today to learn more.

All staff at The Growing Tree locations are trained in fire safety, emergency plan training, infant and pediatric CPR, and first aid.

We accept ELRC (CCIS).

Mon - Fri: 7:00 am - 5:30 pm

106 West Point Dr., Suite 4
Greensburg, PA 15601
Ph: (724) 832-1180

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The Growing Tree

The Growing Tree Child Development Center, Inc. was created in response to the need in our community for high quality early childhood education for young children and their families. Our administration and staff creates and maintains an environment of stability, safety, and play, which are essential to meet the educational, physical, and emotional needs of children and their families.