CINCINATTI, Ohio — Preschool children can now enjoy the past and present while preparing for the future. The Gardner School (TGS), an academically-focused preschool that serves children ages six weeks through pre-K, has recently expanded their award-winning preschool into the Cincinnati market. Their new location is in Blue Ash, Ohio at 9920 Carver Road (behind Parker’s Blue Ash Grill within the Sycamore Office Park).

TGS is a Nashville, TN-based company with schools in Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio. The schools have been heralded by the press, including the Tennessean, as “The Princeton of Preschools” due to their multi-million dollar facilities, academically-focused curriculum, student uniforms, and stringent hiring practices that require all lead teachers to hold a four-year degree in Education or a closely related field.

Tammy Robinson, Chief Operating Officer of The Gardner School explains, “Due to the state of the economy, many former stay-at-home moms have been forced back into the workplace which had led to an increasing demand for quality childcare programs like the Gardner School.”

TGS is not a daycare, but a state-of-the-art preschool, especially designed to provide young children with an educational foundation to last a lifetime.

It is designed to provide a stimulating, creative, and educationally-engineered environment that meets and exceeds the needs of their most important clients — the children.

Each classroom’s entrance is creatively designed to resemble a street store front. There are bistros, a farmer’s market, a bakery, and a book nook. Others include a fire station, pet store and even a post office.

And, it does not end there. Look up, and children will view a painted ceiling of a big blue sky with billowing clouds. The attention to detail, inside and outside the classroom, is what makes TGS a very special place for young children.

Each child who attends TGS receives personal attention, gentle guidance and developmentally-appropriate curriculum and activities.

TGS caters to working moms and dads who are on the go. They offer a full suite of enrichment classes for children including: foreign language, dance, gymnastics, drama, private computer instruction and sports readiness.

Health-conscious snacks and meals are prepared onsite by a chef and served within a child-friendly cafeteria. Additionally, children’s security is second to none; all classrooms and play areas are monitored by closed-circuit cameras. There are two, 50-inch plasma screens located in the lobby where parents can watch their children learn and play.

“The Gardner School is excited to offer our unique and award-winning services to the families of Cincinnati who commute to Blue Ash for employment or to those who live in nearby communities,” Scott Thompson, CEO of The Gardner School says. “We look forward to becoming an essential part of the academic community within Cincinnati for early childhood education.”

For more information regarding The Gardner School and enrollment opportunities within the Blue Ash School, visit: