North Tyler Developmental Academy provides quality and affordable learning experiences for pre-school age children in the areas of Education, Life Skills and Social Interaction since 1939.
North Tyler Developmental Academy is pleased to announce that the Greater East Texas Community Action Program will have their Early Head Start and Preschool Head Start programs located at our facility.Apply Online Now
The nursery was started in 1939 to give working parents a low cost daycare for their children so they could work or continue their education. We are committed to growing with the children and investing in their future. We believe: "Every child deserves a chance at a good education."
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North Tyler Developmental Academy serves children 6 weeks to five years of age. The daycare offers an “after-school” program and has a van for picking up the children.
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"When I leave my child at North Tyler Developmental Academy, I have peace of mind in knowing she is in a safe place that will prepare her for a good start in school. I could not afford this great care without help." - Sandra Harris
Brallan Alexis Quezada- says grace at the family table, “God is great, god is good let us thank him for our food, vow our heads we must be fed, thank you lord our daily bread. Amen, you may eat and bless our teachers and family” and he loves singing, “Head shoulder knees and toes, head shoulder knees and toes.”
Luciano Rodreguez- is my translator for the class when I am not available.
"I just love the teachers here. They provide excellent stimulation for learning. All the classrooms are well equipped." - Kristi Hickman, Speech Pathologist with the Andrews Center, Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Program
Kyng was making animal sounds at home and his mom asked him, “What animal is that?” He said “It’s a lion, Mom”. Mom asked, “Who taught you to make that sound?” Kyng replied, “Ms. Roy taught me, she knows everything!” - Tiosha Ates