Two Celebree Schools Among “Baltimore’s Best” | Celebree School

We are deeply honored to announce that both the Celebree School of Lutherville and Celebree School of Forest Hill are nominated in the child care category of “Baltimore’s Best 2019”, a Baltimore Sun reader poll which recognizes top people, places, and businesses.

This distinction is particularly rewarding as it comes from the community members we serve. It also reaffirms our commitment to protecting, educating, and nurturing the children in our care.

This is the second time in the spotlight for the Celebree School of Forest Hill, as the location was recently named Celebree School of the Year. Since 1994 the school has set the bar for early childhood education in its local community.

Centrally located and easily accessible to both the city and northern Baltimore County, the Celebree School of Lutherville also offers a curriculum-based program in a safe and engaging learning environment.

All Celebree Schools adhere to the Maryland Early Learning Standards and practice the Seven Domains of Learning, which address the physical, social, emotional, and academic needs of children. We understand that early education starts at birth, serving as the foundation for lifelong success.

“These nominations are very exciting and special for us as they validate parents’ and guardians’ confidence in our directors, teaching staff, and the type of educational experience we provide to our students,” said Allison Tsomos, Celebree’s VP of School Operations.

Celebree School leadership firmly believe that success in early childhood development is equal parts curriculum and connection among students, families, and the community. For us, it’s not just about educating the “whole child” but the “whole family.”

As the saying goes, it’s an honor to be nominated. We are sincerely and profoundly grateful for this nomination and will continuously work towards guiding, caring, and educating children who will shape the future.

The Baltimore Sun will announce “Baltimore’s Best 2019″ winners in April, along with critics’ picks from the editorial team.