Seedlings at The Elisabeth Morrow School

Seedlings Program at Elisabeth Morrow School, two small children shown from overhead working at a table on geometry toys.

EMS is Proud to expand our educational programming to include toddlers.

Seedlings brings your young child, age 1 by October 1, into the special joy of early learning at EMS through powerful experiences in movement, music, reading, interacting, and community building.

Every child attends with one family member or caregiver, who will see firsthand the mindful and inclusive approaches our experienced educators use to ensure impactful experiences for each participant.

An immersive, enriching learning experience for toddlers.

Seedlings is a ten-week program offered on Tuesday mornings on the campus of The Elisabeth Morrow School.

Elisabeth Morrow School student engages with wooden learning toys.
A teacher helps a young child dig in the dig box.

Seedlings has very limited space

With limited space available, Seedlings fills up very quickly. We highly recommend signing up as soon as possible to secure your spot.

The tuition for Seedlings each semester is $600.00. Registration for Seedlings Fall 2024 and Spring 2025 will open at 12 p.m., noon, on Tuesday, July 16.


Fall 2024

October 22

October 29

November 5

November 12

November 19

November 26 – No class due to Thanksgiving Break

December 3

December 10

December 17 – No class due to Winter Break

December 24 – No class due to Winter Break

December 31 – No class due to Winter Break

January 7, 2025

January 14, 2025

January 21, 2025

January 28, 2025 – Make-up day in the event of canceled class

Spring 2025

February 4

February 11

February 18 – No class due to Faculty & Staff PD Day

February 25

March 4

March 11

March 18 – No class due to Spring Break

March 25 – No class due to Spring Break

April 1

April 8

April 15

April 22

April 29

May 6 – Make-up day in the event of canceled class

EMS prepares students for an impressive range of top-tier secondary schools.

Our students cultivate the ability to learn, think, explore, empathize, and lead. They graduate with the ability, mindset, and competencies to navigate a global world and are well-prepared to face an unknowable future.

Accustomed to a challenging academic environment, EMS students welcome the demands of competitive secondary schools and are often placed in advanced sections where they perform very well.


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