The Koti Approach
In our rapidly changing world, we offer your children a supportive environment where they can grow up surrounded by strong relationships and become equipped with self-confidence as they pursue their curiosity and passions.
KOTI means 'home' in the Finnish language. We invite your family to make Koti your learning home.
A Commitment to a Strong Education
A Focus on Health and Nutrition
Growing a Culture of Compassion
Infants, toddlers, preschoolers and students in our after school clubs explore themes and innovate each day as they naturally gain foundational skills across seven domains of learning: Social Emotional, Physical, Language & Literacy, Math, Science and Tech, Social Studies and Creative Development.
Homemade Meals, Cooked with Love
A child's body and brain is fueled by the nutrition it receives. We passionately only serve whole-grain and home-cooked meals. Koti Kids eat a menu of fresh fruits, vegetables and non-processed meats or meat alternatives. They build healthy habits and a taste for natural goodness. Children participate in growing gardens, food prep and talking about their sensory discoveries while they eat during family-style meals.
Empowered with Kindness
Our goal is to support each child to become creative, independent, responsible and socially competent. This involves learning how to manage emotions, consider the feelings of others, and make responsible choices. We integrate the 'Forest Friends' character education program to help children role-play decision-making so they can be ready for obstacles during spontaneous play. Koti Directors and teachers invest in building positive relationships with children and parents to ensure every child receives the support they need for social and emotional growth.
Our Programs Grow With Your Child
Infant Education Program
6 weeks - 18 months
Koti Academy implements a nationally-recognized infant program that supports relationship-based play and discovery.
Through responsive care and engagement strategies, Koti Teachers are trained to use sensory tools and toys to inspire young children to explore and make sense of their environment. Children build 35 foundational skills as they play, learn and build meaningful relationships within our safe and nurturing environment.