Ages 18m – 5yrs
#1 Preschool for 6 consecutive years!
Class Sizes from
9 – 18 children
Flexible days and hours
Student to Teacher ratios
from 9:2 – 18:2
School year program with optional summer program
Engaged parent community
Large Indoor & Outdoor Spaces
Music, Yoga, Spanish Enrichment Monthly
On site parking
Evergreen Day School
Evergreen Day School provides early care and play-based education for toddlers to five year olds.
EDS offers children a safe and nurturing place to grow, question, and explore their world. Our staff is committed to helping each child uncover and develop their own unique abilities. We believe that supporting young children’s natural curiosity builds a foundation for joyful learning.
We embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion by welcoming all staff, children and families of all identities including, but not limited to: race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, culture, family structure, natural origin, religion, or class.
Evergreen Day School is an independent non-profit preschool. Evergreen has a Board of Trustees comprised of parents and the EDS Directors who work together to decide school policy and direction.
Evergreen Day School operates as a school year program, mid-September through mid-June. We observe all major holidays including Winter recess, February recess and April recess. In addition, EDS is closed two days each year to provide parent-teacher conferences, and one Teacher Professional Development Day. During the summer, we operate an 8-week summer program.
It’s in the Name
When Kate Duffy founded EDS in 1989, she developed the curriculum by watching the children play and she sought a name that reflected what she witnessed.
Evergreen trees are strong, constant, and perfect as they are – remaining ever vibrant. They are free to choose their own path and grow at their own pace. They are all wonderfully different and their beauty lives within them, needing only room and space to fully express itself. This symbolism embodied the vision Kate had for Evergreen at its creation and continues to shape our school today.