How Are We Different?
Delaney Wright Fine Arts Preschool is proud to be a unique and creative institution. We like to think of ourselves as different than the status quo - And we like to think that makes us an even better match for you and your family. How are we different? We offer experiences that, while they may be available at other preschools, are rarely available all together at the same school!
The Fine Arts
We make the Fine Arts (Creative Visual Expression, Drama, Music, Dance, and more!) the focus of our hands-on and play based education. Students at DWFAP engage the arts actively and creatively and through their experiences are able to learn and grow! From our Artist of the Month curriculum, banging drums or shaking maracas during music instruction, to our regular theatre productions and drama lessons, the DWFAP campus is alive with creative expression, rhythm, and learning!
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math are the foundational subjects of today - and tomorrow's - great careers. At Delaney Wright, we believe that you can never start exploring and learning to love STEM lessons too soon! We engage our students in exciting Science exploration labs, and encourage our youngsters to think critically as we practice problem solving! Our Hope Garden gives us the unique opportunity to teach basic biology as we have fun in the garden! We know that our students will be well equipped to continue their STEM learning when they move on from our Preschool and march towards an amazing career!
Spanish Language Learning
We know how important it is that children be engaged with foreign language early on in their development. That's why we make Spanish language learning an important part of our teaching and our play. From learning songs in Spanish to practicing basic Spanish vocabulary alongside their English grammar learning, Delaney Wright students are very much engaged in a multilingual campus and curriculum that will help prepare them to thrive in our beautiful and multicultural city of Los Angeles!
The Hope Garden
Blessed with a beautiful community garden on our campus, Delaney Wright students spend time experiencing our garden and learning about the plants and processes they see there through our unique, hands-on, garden and science-based curriculum. From planting new flowers to picking fresh fruits and veggies, the garden is a beautiful, bountiful, educational and enriching space for our students, staff, parents, and community to enjoy!