Conveniently located in Midtown Memphis, minutes from Medical District and Downtown 
  • Ages: 6 Weeks - 5 Years 

  • Hours: 6:00 a.m. To 6:00 p.m. 

  • Breakfast, Lunch and Snack

  • School Age Summer Camp 

  • Extended and Weekend Hours Available ( We do not follow SCS Calendar)

  • Family Owned and Operated 


"Play is the highest form of research." Albert Einstein 


What We Do

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Through play and exploration, we engage our scholars in STEAM-based learning.  Experts in education agree that it is imperative that our future leaders graduate with an understanding of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM)

In 2007, a Carnegie Foundation commission of distinguished researchers and public and private leaders concluded that the nation’s capacity to innovate and thrive in the modern workforce depends on a foundation of math and science learning. They conclude that a sustained, vibrant democracy is dependent upon this foundation in STEM. 

We know more today on how people learn that we have in the past few decades. We now know that learning requires a student to be at the center of the experience, they need to make a connection and it should occur across contextual settings. 

Children need to be presented with opportunities to learn the same content/materials in different settings and through a different lens.


The approach of isolation does not support how children learn best. Learning becomes more relevant when children are allowed to learn concepts in different contexts. 

That is taking one lesson and applying it in different settings. Educational leaders assist children in finding ways that they are most comfortable learning. 

At Ready, Set, Grow Learning Academy we believe in Teaching STEAM to Early Learners


The most important thing to remember about teaching STEM to early learners is that they are perfectly adapted to learn STEAM concepts, and it is not difficult to teach STEAM to young children.

The secret is to tap into their natural and innate curiosity about the living world. By simply allowing them to investigate, by encouraging them to ask questions about the real world, you are engaging children in STEAM.