Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the ages that you accept?
2 to 5 years.

What is your philosophy?
Our approach to education is through the lens of a Constructivist philosophy. We offer children hands-on, experiential learning that sparks curiosity and encourages children to think deeply, and critically as they investigate their theories about how the world works.

What are the hours?
Early drop off 7:30 a.m.
hours 9 a.m.-12 p.m. or 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Extended day until 4 p.m.

Do children need to be potty trained?
No, we work with children as they start to show signs of readiness. We are happy to provide parents guidance on toilet learning.

Do you have a hot lunch program?
We offer a daily hot lunch program, with Kosher food that is made on campus and delivered directly to the classroom.

How can parents get involved?
Wise Parent Association has many committees and opportunities for parents, to get involved.

When will the Aaron Milken Center be ready?
Opening Fall 2024.

Where will my child(ren) be during construction?
They are all on campus right now.

Are Early Childhood Education and Parenting still part of Wise School?
Aaron Milken Center at Wise will be a facility and program on our campus dedicated to Early Childhood Education, Parenting, and community engagement. It will be a different school from Wise School but very much a partner in the Wise philosophy of providing an incredible education steeped in Jewish values. It will remain under the same leadership as Wise School:  Head of School Tami Weiser, and Senior Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback.

It is our hope that graduates of Aaron Milken Center at Wise will continue their Jewish education either at Wise School or Wise Religious School, through B’nai Mitzvah and beyond!