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Educational Programs

La Casa De Esperanza Early Childhood Education Program

Early Childhood Programs

What is La Casa de Esperanza Early Childhood and School Age Program?

La Casa de Esperanza provides high-quality, dual language, Early Childhood Education and School Age Center services to the Waukesha community.  Our center is 5 star rated and nationally accredited.  (Learn more below on what that means.)  We understand that each child is an individual with abilities to be strengthened and needs to be met for overall development. Children are welcome regardless of race, ethnic background, economic status or language spoken. In fact, diversity is embraced as a unique aspect of who we are and the special melody we create together in the world. 

What does La Casa believe in?

We believe in creating an environment where every child has the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, reasoning ability, creativity and independence needed for positive personal growth and success in the education system. Our caring, experienced and qualified faculty provide programs for children from 6 weeks to 12 years.

What does La Casa offer?

La Casa de Esperanza is a full-service ECE Center and we are proud to offer a variety of programs to meet the community’s needs including:


What curriculum does La Casa use?

All of our early childhood classrooms teach dual language, using the research based and best practices of “The Creative Curriculum” ®.  Using this curriculum helps our teachers to create a high-quality learning environment, that enables every child to become creative, confident thinker.


What does a 5-star rating mean?

La Casa de Esperanza has earned a 5-star rating from Youngstar, Wisconsin’s childcare rating and improvement system.  We participate in an evaluation process which measures quality of care by several factors including:

Our 5-star rating indicates that we provide the highest quality of care for your children.  To learn more visit

What does it mean to be Nationally Accredited?

La Casa de Esperanza is also Nationally Accredited through the National Accreditation Commission. To achieve accreditation a program must show evidence of meeting high standards (above and beyond state licensing requirements) in 5 program areas:

To learn more visit


Interested in becoming a part of the La Casa family? For more information please fill out the inquiry form below. Ready to enroll? Come see us at 410 Arcadian Ave in Waukesha, WI. To speak with our Family Support Specialist, Bethzaida Perez, call now at (262) 832-1575 or email 

Early Childhood Enrollment Inquiry

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