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KLA Schools of Plainfield

12456 S Van Dyke Rd.
Plainfield, IL 60585
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Tel 8156179KLA(552)


Welcome and thank you for your interest in KLA Schools (Kids Learning Adventure) An upscale Reggio-Inspired preschool learning environment where nature and nurture go hand in hand.

Our school will offer your child a loving, respectful and consistent environment as we realize that childhood years are the key to building a life-long foundation for the love of learning. We nurture your child to achieve high level of self-confidence which results in higher self-esteem and self-regulation and reach their fullest potential. We set the standard and offer quality learning experiences to children.

Our unique features and benefits for you and your child are

  1. Reggio Philosophy, heralded the "Best in the World"
  2. Curriculum exceeding IL Early Learning standards, so your child is better prepared for their upper education
  3. Inviting Environment which is considered as the Third teacher that enables your child to explore, experience and learn
  4. Atelier, an art studio for children to explore natural elements
  5. Nature based playground
  6. A large vegetable garden
  7. Nutritious Organic Food with dietary options
  8. Parent Involvement and Portal
  9. Daily Highlights and documentation of learning experiences
  10. Spanish Immersion
  11. Piazza, an Indoor space for large motor development and for community gathering
  12. Dedicated, Nurturing, Professional teachers

Contact us today to schedule your personal visit to observe all these inspiring features and benefits first-hand. And please take a moment to watch our KLA School virtual tour, KLA School virtual tour, to immerse yourself in our dynamic programs and features to appreciate KLA Schools' Reggio approach to nurturing your child.

Reggio Emilia approach was founded by lifelong educator Loris Malaguzzi (1920-1994) after World War II in a city in northern Italy called Reggio Emilia. In December 1991, Newsweek magazine and in March 2013, CNN report hailed the preschools of Reggio Emilia as the "best in the world." Harvard University has been using Reggio approach in their Graduate school for the last 23 years.

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