Life moves faster and is more chaotic than ever before. Current child care centers and nursery schools leave us torn between what we think is best for our child and what we know we need for ourselves.
Your wellness and the wellness of your child shouldn’t be a question of either/or. SolBe is an early learning center committed to yes/and. Yes to providing the best education experience for your child and to supporting you in living your life to the fullest.
Are you ready to see for yourself?
We’re driven to create the most nurturing, positive, and holistic experience possible for your child. We provide seed-to-table nutrition, thoughtfully designed facilities, professional staff, and an intercultural program. That’s where our collaboration starts.
(6 wks to 12 mos)
(12 mos to 33 mos)
(21 mos to 48 mos)
(33 mos to 5 yrs)
Overwhelmed with choices? Maybe just overwhelmed? Wanting to do what’s best for your child but not sure what that is, or not enough time to do it? We know the feeling.
At SolBe, we’re here for your child—and for you. Everything is included. Clear policies. No fees. Fewer headaches. Greater peace of mind.
Play profoundly shapes the performance of the human brain, at every age. Play correlates with creativity, imaginative problem-solving, resilience, and the capacity to learn from making a mess of things.
At SolBe, play is work and work is play. Our innovative mixed-age classrooms seamlessly enhance your child’s experience of the curriculum, which stems from roots in the Reggio Emilia approach and the Montessori Method. Under the keen guidance of well-prepared, professional educators, your child will explore their natural curiosity through the physical world. This project-based approach is sometimes called “child-originated and teacher framed.” It’s a remarkably powerful and engaging way to learn. Go ahead, have fun
Research clearly and increasingly supports the long-lasting benefits of learning a second language. Increased concentration. More efficient task-switching. Denser gray matter.
At SolBe, we’re immersed in bilingual learning—our educators communicate with students in Spanish. Our books are in Spanish as well as English. And we have fun with it. Una parte de la diferencia aquí.
Food is fuel for brain development, 90% of which happens before age five.
At SolBe, nutritious food is close to our hearts. We offer an organic kitchen. Produce from local farms. Hearty breakfasts, snacks, and lunches. The opportunity for children to participate in the growing and making of their food. It’s all part of our recipe for good health. Involving children is just the start.
SolBe holds these pursuits to be self-evident: Continual improvement. Cross-disciplinary, research-based best practices. Honest and non-judgmental communication. A holistic approach. A willing mind. Your child's and your best interest at heart.
SolBe is currently accepting the applications of interested families.
631 VFW Pkwy
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
7 AM to 6 PM
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the core of SolBe’s education system?
We believe learning happens in three key areas: work, play, and life. For kids, the way they live is a massive learning experience. We just created an environment that comes alongside their innate desire to learn, laying a foundation for their experiences to form valuable life lessons that go beyond the classroom.
What can I expect my child to learn while attending SolBe?
Learning at SolBe is a fun and active process. Here, your kids will learn by playing, living, and connecting with those around them. We teach in a way that reinforces life lessons and encourages them to be lifelong learners. While learning is a bit more abstract here, it’s every bit as valuable to your child’s educational development.
How does SolBe account for the learning abilities of different aged students?
We completely understand that every child is at a different stage developmentally, and will learn in different ways. On top of that, age plays a significant role in the abilities of a child. Our focus is on building experience that allow your kids to learn for themselves, so while age does have an affect, our environment allows them to learn at their own pace, where they are at developmentally.