Our Center

~ Owned /Operated by a Teacher
~ Professional Comprehensive

~ Curriculum
~ Caring and Educated Staff
~ Added Security of Webcams
~ Interactive Website
~ Safe, Loving, and Clean Environment
~ Ages Accepted: 4 weeks - 6 years
~ Before and After School Care @ The Club
~ DSHS Accepted
~ USDA Food Program Participant

Our Owner

Tne Country Playhouse Learning Center

After noticing a lack of quality early learning programs in the community,  Tara Stivers and her husband Jon, opened The Country Playhouse Learning Center back in 2006 to serve students ages 4 weeks to 5 years of age. Later, as the community grew, so did the need for quality school age programs, and in 2012, The Country Playhouse Club opened it's doors. We have been blessed with being able to fill a much needed void in the community for the past 10 years, and look forward to many more years of educating the amazing youth in our great city of Enumclaw and the surrounding cities on the plateau. 

Why Choose Us?

Our Philosophy

At The Country Playhouse Learning Center, we want each child to be the very best he/she can be.  We strive to create a caring, loving, and nurturing environment, one that promotes both individual learning as well as group learning.  Children learn in so many different ways, and we feel that it is necessary for them to have the proper tools that will lead to new experiences, and help to enhance their abilities and strengths even further.  Learning requires active thinking, and hands on activities to let them learn first hand about the world around them.  A child that is absorbed in the positive components of life has little time to focus on the negatives.

We want our children to grow up with the knowledge that they can make a positive difference

in their life, as well as in the lives of others around them.  It is our goal as caregivers and

educators to help each child achieve his/her own level of excellence.  To do this, we need to

work as a team.  This means that our center will work with you, the parents, in

projecting the most positive influence possible.

We all want the best for our children; they are our future, and we must never lose sight of that fact.  As a community of caregivers and parents, we need to work together to make that future as bright as it possibly can be; for each and every child.   Miss Tara