Preschool in Everett, WA

You need a quality preschool that will help your child thrive, and in Everett, WA, it’s easy to find this education at Kid’s Country. Our pre-kindergarten curriculum helps each child grow through fun activities that allow children to learn at their own pace.

Quality Curriculum

At the Kid’s Country learning center, we’re very focused on making sure each child’s needs are met. We place children in the classrooms that will best facilitate their development, and we use the latest child development methods as well as our extensive experience to identify your child’s needs and fill them.

Our preschool curriculum is interactive and engaging and includes subjects such as reading, drawing, nature studies, dancing, and singing. By exercising their creative juices and exploring the world in pre-k, your child can grow to love reading, utilize their imagination, and explore how the world works.

Trained Teachers

Each of our teachers receives ongoing training so we can create the comforting, nurturing environment your child needs to have confidence and a positive self-image.

Our teacher education includes one-on-one training with managers as well as training concerning:

  • CPR
  • First aid
  • HIV

Each month, our teachers meet to learn more about a topic related to pre-k and childcare, and this training allows us to stay up to date with the latest in child development and education practices.

We look forward to teaching your child. Call us at 425-353-4488to learn more.

12625 Fourth Ave W, Suite 100
Everett, WA 98204

(425) 353-4488

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Monday–Friday: 5:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m.

Schools We Service
Olivia Park

4 weeks through 12 years

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Debi Gardner
As a mother to two boys herself, Debi knows what children need and does her best to provide those basic needs in a nurturing, loving way. She has been working as the Director of the Everett Kid’s Country since 2002.







Program Supervisor

Chelsea Bergstrom’s employment began when she was 16 as a teaching assistant at the Everett Kid’s Country. At age 18, she left to attend Nanny School and when completed moved to New York. She lived and worked with children in New York for 12 years. After having two boys of her own, she decided to move back to Everett to be close to family. She is excited to be back at Kid’s Country and looks forward to working with all children, parents, and center staff.