-Does Timberline offer drop in days for children that are coming from out of town?
At this time, Timberline Learning Center is not able to offer drop-in care for visitors.
-How do I join your waitpool?
You can join our waitpool on our website, by clicking here. This will forward you onto our admissions tab. Please fill out this online form and it will be sent to our Operations Manager for review. Once you are officially placed on our waitpool, you will be receiving monthly emails in regards to updates on our end.
-What are your hours of operations?
Timberline is open from 7am to 6pm. We suggest that Timberline families drop off no later than 9am when the school day routine begins.
-What does your enrollment process look like?
Timberline will contact families when space becomes available. You will have 48 hours to accept or deny that space. If you choose to reject, you will still remain on the waitpool. If you accept the open space, we will proceed with sending you an enrollment packet as well as schedule a visit day at which the official start plan is confirmed.
-Where is Timberline located?
Timberline is located at 170 Valleybrook Road in Breckenridge, CO. Our center is next to the Breckenridge Police Department, as well as the Valleybrook neighborhood.
-Does Timberline support dual language learners?
We open our doors to all students including dual language learners as well as children with special capabilities.
-How does Timberline embrace working in harmony with our natural environment?
Timberline recognizes the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. Our approach to being green permeates our school in the following ways: composting, recycling, gardening, serving fresh produce at every snack, as well as exploring nature on a daily basis.
-What does the tuition schedule look like?
Invoices are sent out to all Timberline families at the beginning of each month. All statements are due by the 25th every month. There will be a late fee associated with any account that fails to make payment before the given deadline.
We are a school for young children from ages 6 weeks to 6 years. Our approach is Reggio Emilia inspired. The following principles guide our approach and curriculum: The child is an active, strong, competent collaborator in the evolution of their learning. The teacher is a guide, rather than an instructor, who observes, questions, researches, documents, reflects, and interprets. The classroom is a teacher unto itself! The relationships that develop between the children, their families, and the teachers create opportunity for growth, reflection, and support. Long-term projects are at the core of our program, using the children’s interests, and the teacher’s observations, as the guide.