little red buildingAt Little Red School House, we believe that children learn individually through play and exploration. The Little Red School House focuses on all areas of each child’s development: social, emotional, physical, and cognitive.

Young children learn by manipulating and actively participating in their environment, they learn through exploration and by repetition. Activity Centers are comprised of many interest areas, each equipped with age appropriate materials designed to focus on different areas of development, such as social, emotional, physical, and cognitive. The Little Red School House focuses on and strives for education of the “Whole Child”.

Little Red School House provides exceptional learning opportunities in a nurturing and safe environment that instills in our children the value and wonder of lifelong learning and creative expression. The involvement of family and community is integral to the success of our mission.

Little Red School House believes that every child deserves the opportunity to learn, love, and laugh in a nurturing, enriching, and educational environment; and that positive childhood experiences in the formative years create confident, genuine people who impact and inspire our society.


  • To continue to be a leading provider of High Quality, Early Childhood Education.
  • To act as an advocate for early childhood education and serve as a reliable source for related information.
  • To serve as a catalyst for building a community.
  • To ensure the achievement of these goals by maintaining the financial and administrative stability of the institution.

Upcoming Events:

October 6th, 2018

Pumpkin Patch Fundraiser
When: Saturday Oct 6th, 10am-2pm
Where: Little Red School House

Please join us at our pumpkin patch fundraiser for pumpkin decorating, face painting, bouncy houses, silent raffle, fall treats and more.

Entry is $10 cash and includes a small pumpkin and all activities

$10 extra for a large pumpkin

Historical Little Red School House photos courtesy of the Aspen Historical Society.