Providing Quality Early Childhood Education in Boulder County for 25 years - and counting!

Treehouse Learning is a privately owned, family-run, early childhood education program serving infants, toddlers, preschoolers and
kindergartners in the Louisville and Lafayette area of East Boulder County since 1997.

We offer quality based early childcare and child-directed, play-based experiential education that is comprehensive, holistic, and purposeful, and encompassing the integrated development of the whole child in the context of whole world in which we live.

Through the years, we have earned a reputation for the highest quality child care that is worthy of the
trust and confidence placed in us each day.

From Our Blog

Some thoughts on the value of quality early childhood education from our team.

Summer Camps at Treehouse Learning for K-3!

Treehouse Learning, a longtime leader in quality Early Childhood Education in Boulder County, is now offering weekly summer camp sessions for incoming 1st-3rd grade in our River Classroom, and for incoming kindergartners! Our 2023 camp sessions were a great success, 

Integration: Relationship-Based Interactions Shape Brain Development

Children enter the world with not-yet-developed brains! In fact, research shows that our prefrontal cortex isn’t fully developed until we’re approaching 25-30 years old (something car rental companies have known for ages!) The ability of growing humans to regulate our 

Prospective Families

Treehouse Learning enrolls year-round based upon availability.

Please email to inquire about enrollment planning and program availability. Visit our Contact Page to access our enrollment questionnaire and to be considered for enrollment.



7:30 am - 5:30 pm

Our infant room closes at 5:00


Offered Monday and Wednesday mornings at 10 or 10:30 am.

Please call for information or fill out enrollment questionnaire.


175 N 96th Street
Louisville, CO 80027


(303) 666-1950

Land Acknowledgement

Treehouse Learning stands on the unceded ancestral homelands of the Hinóno’éí (Arapaho), Nuutsiu (Ute), and Tsitsistas (Cheyenne) Nations, as well as many other Indigenous peoples stewarding this land, past and present, whose ongoing connections to place persist. We honor the enduring presence of Indigenous peoples, land relationships, wisdom, stories, culture, and knowledge.

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