Welcome to Red Door
- From the LSUCC Constitution and By-Laws
≈ Established 1964 ≈
HAPPY 50th BIRTHDAY!!
The members of the congregation of LSUCC established Red Door as a character-based, diverse, non-political organization in 1964.
Enrolling @ Red Door
To review our program offerings
for children ages two through six,
please choose "The Red Door Program" tab above.
For Enrollment Information, please choose the
"Enrolling at Red Door ELC" tab above.
With no possibility of boredom, hands and minds will engage each other with great liberating merriment.
- Loris Malaguzzi
Who Are We?
More About Red Door Early Learning Center @ LSUCC
Red Door Early Learning Center @ LSUCC is a private, non-profit early learning center. At the same location for 50 years, Red Door is home to an incredible teaching team of 14 educators. We serve our students in a loving and supportive setting, highlighting both social and academic readiness, discovery and creativity, and awareness of one's world. We recognize the value of the early education experience and work tirelessly to ignite the spark of imagination in your child.
Red Door welcomes all students, regardless of ability, and their families, and does not discriminate on any basis.
Red Door’s Goals, Objectives & Commitments
1. To provide a caring, safe and nurturing environment where learning flourishes and students develop critical life skills.
2. To instill a love of learning in each student.
3. To develop positive relationships with students and their families.
4. To provide a myriad of opportunities for early learning and to build the foundation for future student success.
5. To work cooperatively with our community and school district.
6. To insure that Red Door students are fully prepared to enter kindergarten & 1st grade, and that parents, families and our students’ future teachers recognize the level of preparedness Red Door provides.
7. To enrich learning skills in the content areas for currently enrolled Kindergarten students; to provide kindergarten readiness learning for final year Red Door
8. To engage students in creative, active learning that develops positive social characteristics.
9. To offer a unique program that enhances the students’ current learning environment.
10. To position students for increasing responsibilities and independence.