It’s Not Too Late!

Methodist Learning Center is still taking applications for the upcoming school year. School starts August 15th!  If you are interested in our program please give us a call 850-227-1724.

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MLC Celebrate First End of Year Program

Way to go MLC kids! What a great graduation and end of year recognition! We are so proud of the first year of this program!  These students have grown so much over the past year.  Special thanks to Kara Rish, our music teacher, who put together such a wonderful program.  We are so proud of […]

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Methodist Learning Center Launches New Website

We are pleased to announce the Methodist Learning Center’s new website: methodistlearningcenter.com.  The first year of our our program has been a tremendous success.  We have already built a reputation for being a center of excellence with a top quality staff and an enriching curriculum.  The new website will help increase our profile in the […]

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2016 Summer Camp Schedule Announced!

Join us for an amazing summer at Methodist Learning Center from May 31st to August 10th! During summer camp your child will experience different outdoor activities and games, as well as enjoy our weekly field trips off campus while in a faith based environment. Monthly and weekly enrollment is available, call Courtney for more information […]

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Improvements to Children’s Restroom

Our children’s restroom will soon be adjoining their classroom. We hope the construction process will be finished within the next month. Once our bathrooms and entry way is finished parents and students will enter through the door next to the playground. This entry will be used the following 2016-2017 school year as well.

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Sidewalk-to-Bathroom Safety

We are making the following improvements to ensure sidewalk-to-bathroom safety: Fencing will be added to create a complete barrier down the entire sidewalk. Students will use a walking rope to ensure they all stay together. When our construction liaison and MLC director see the need, workers will stop working while children walk by the site. […]

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