Gingerbread LittleVersity is a locally owned chain of three preschools and an Infant Center offering young children a structured program with a “learning is fun” approach. We are family owned and operated with over 25 years of service to Southern Wake County parents.


Educational Philosophy

We think of our program as a preschool, not daycare. The mission of this preschool is to support parents in the care of their children by providing a safe and secure place for them to learn, socialize and develop into responsible, intelligent citizens of our community. Our vision is to see the development of an educational program designed to maintain and enhance our delivery of a high quality cost effective preschool. We understand you have a choice in schools and we consider it a privilege that you are considering us to be a part of your child’s life and learning experience.


Teacher and Staff Professionalism

We require our teachers to meet all qualifications for lead teacher, assistant teacher and teacher’s aide. Teachers are responsible to meet North Carolina’s in-service training requirements through continuing education and child development education workshops. North Carolina Law requires all childcare providers to have criminal background checks on a state and/or national level. We require each of our staff to hold current CPR and First Aid cards.


Enrollment Availability

If there is not a space available, we can place your child on a waiting list and by pre-paying your registration fee a spot is guaranteed. Or, if you plan to start your child at a later date, the registration fee can be paid ahead to reserve your spot.


Health Standards

We are a five star center with superior health inspection. We operate on an Open Door Policy that parents may freely come and go during the day. Hand washing upon entry of the classrooms is a priority in that it controls viruses and diseases. Toys, chairs and tables in the classroom are sanitized twice a day. Teachers have daily, weekly and monthly “to-do” list to ensure toys, indoor and outdoor equipment is safe and clean. Teachers are trained at orientation as to how to sanitize their rooms as well as taking a class on sanitation known as “Germ Busters”.