The Compass School
9370 Waterstone Blvd., Cincinnati, OH 45249

Ages 6 weeks-6 years plus after school & summer camp up to age 12. Offering outstanding Reggio-Inspired full and part-time Infant, Toddler, Two’s, and Preschool programs, as well as Kindergarten, After School, and Summer Camp for school-age children. Degreed teachers, extensive parent communication, and welcoming family environment. Setting the standard in early care and education. NAEYC Accredited. Call today for your personal tour. (Contact: Meghan Schymanski)

The Summit Country Day School
2161 Grandin Road (Hyde Park), Cincinnati, OH 45208

Founded in 1890, The Summit serves students from 18 months to Grade 12. Full- and half-day Montessori programs for ages 18 months-age 6 begin the academic journey followed by a college-preparatory program (Grades 1-12). The Summit educates students spiritually, academically, physically, socially and artistically while offering the academic excellence and one-on-one guidance of a top-tier Catholic independent school.

Children, Inc.

Early Education and Care (including Montessori and traditional curriculum) offered at multiple sites throughout Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati. Nationally accredited and multi-STAR quality rated. Generous tuition assistance is available for qualifying families based on income and family size.

Grades: Infant through 12 years

Cincinnati Public Schools

Cincinnati Public Schools serves more than 33,000 students (preschool-12th grade), preparing students for life with rigorous academics, enrichment opportunities and strong community partnerships. The district is nationally celebrated for its Community Learning Center model, where its schools serve as hubs for community services – providing a system of integrated partnerships that promote academic excellence and offer recreational, educational, social, health, civic and cultural opportunities for students, families and community.


Crème de la Crème

This academically rich preschool program features hands-on activities as well as more traditional curriculum selections. Children will be well prepared for public or private Kindergarten.

LaPetite Academy

In our nurturing infant care and toddler programs, we have the outstanding “Learn From The Start” curriculum, which is based on each individual child’s needs and level of development. Our preschool programs offer the best early education in the West Chester community, ensuring your child will be ready for Kindergarten. Our school-age program will have your older child engaged and excited about learning.

Ohio CollegeAdvantage 529 Savings Plan

The Ohio CollegeAdvantage 529 Savings Plan is a tax-free way to save for your child or grandchild’s college education. CollegeAdvantage, offered by the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority, provides an easy, affordable and flexible way to save.

3-Star Award Winner! Professionally qualified teachers provide active, expressive, child-centered learning experiences at this 3-star award-winning program. Choose 2, 3, 4, or 5 day AM or PM sessions. Excellent ratios, degreed teachers and spacious, sunny, classrooms await your preschooler. Parent and child classes also available for babies and toddlers. Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Preschool offers classes for children of ages 2 years, 9 months to 5 years.

St. Gertrude School

Saint Gertrude School offers academic excellence in the Dominican tradition: preaching Truth, practicing virtue, and loving one another in Christ. Students from 21 school districts. IOWA testing ranked 4th among 90 Cincinnati Catholic grade schools. Aftercare, outdoor classroom, STEM, Rosary Procession, household intergrade leadership, Latin, professionally coached musical theater, extracurriculars.

Address: 6543 Miami Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio  45243, Contact: Elaine Nolte, Assistant Principal, Enrollment: 338


Aldersgate Christian Academy offers families in the Greater Cincinnati area a faith-based education with strong academics and an emphasis on music. ACA is a member school of the American Association of Christian Schools and offers the option of the Ed Choice Scholarship through the Ohio Department of Education.