2 Campuses in Pleasanton for infant to Pre-K and Preschool to Pre-K
4444B Black Avenue Pleasanton 925-462-6300
3750 Boulder Street Pleasanton 925-846-9400
The Quarry Lane School offers quality preschool programs for children ages six weeks to five years at two campuses in Pleasanton. Since 1991, our qualified teachers and dedicated staff have provided a safe and loving environment for young children as they begin their journey of lifelong learning.
A child’s first years are critical to their growth and success in life; our preschool programs strive to balance nurturing and caring with a young child’s growing need for both structure and independence. With this balance in mind, we hope to instill in our students a lifelong joy and excitement for learning that will continue with them throughout their educational path. Our goal at Quarry Lane is to develop the child in a learning environment that promotes self-esteem, encourages natural creativity, and provides a solid academic foundation.
Quarry Lane offers an academic preschool curriculum with an emphasis on phonics and math skills. We foster social and emotional growth through our center play activities in the classroom giving children the confidence to begin their journey through school. We balance your child’s experience with specialty classes in music, Spanish, computer, physical education and library visits. With both full and half day schedules, our program prepares children for future success with a wide range of learning experiences as they move through many developmental stages.
The Quarry Lane School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the National Independent Private Schools Association (NIPSA) and the National Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA). The preschool program directors are members of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
In addition to the developmental, academic-based curriculum of our toddler and preschool programs, The Quarry Lane School offers an award-winning curriculum for Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten through the elementary, middle and high school years.