What makes Rosemount unique?
Not located on a busy street
Small, private center with own parking lot and own playground – not accessible to the general public
Year-round 12-month program and Aftercare available
Safety and Security
One point of entry with buzz in system and fulltime onsite receptionist
Inner safety corridor between classrooms
Child-centered bathrooms in every Pre-K classroom
Enclosed outdoor playground area only accessible from inner doors
Certified and well-regarded food service provider
Individual food needs met/can bring breast milk and own formula
Full time health professional onsite
Dual Language Learning
Small class sizes
Socio-economic mix of children from all backgrounds and cultures
Inclusive environment for children with mild developmental disabilities
Computer access in every classroom
Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children
Available to all enrolled children
Special enrichment activities available
Donations from the public directly benefit Rosemount Center and its families
Ability to accept donations for designated purposes
Volunteers support the daily activities of the Center
"Rosemount was like a family to me. I had my son just as I was about to start college. The staff there gave me emotional support and encouraged me to get my degree. I am so grateful to Rosemount."
"I refer many families to Rosemount and serve on the board because I truly believe in the services the Center provides. Having access to high quality early childhood education has been shown to improve low-income children's school readiness and I want to give my patients every possible opportunity to succeed. I know that children and parents benefit profoundly from their experiences at Rosemount."
Dr. Mark Minier
Board of Directors; Pediatrician and Medical Director of Pediatrics, Unity Health Care
"I volunteered at Rosemount as part of my school's community service program. The Rosemount teachers were so very welcoming and they were gentle with the kids and taught by example. The children were well behaved and I was very impressed with their knowledge of both languages. The bilingual education definitely benefits the children in many ways."