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 support whole-person development and integration through intentional, responsive, and respectful experiences. Treehouse Learning exists to help the world thrive.
Through the years, we have earned a reputation for 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.

Is Cheerful Dish-Washing a Reasonable or Necessary Parenting Goal?

How do we support capable, independent, empowered, and responsible children? In our last post, we wrote about how culture impacts our parenting and explored the intersection between Helicopter Parenting, Emotional Intelligence, and a context around household chores and who (and 

Confessions from a Helicopter Parent and A Magic Cleaning Fairy: How Culture Shapes Parenting

Are Helicopter Parents Lazy? Optimizing parental efficiency in a busy world, or just doing their best? Here’s a provocative article to consider about parenting styles with a different perspective on the so-called helicopter parent: Are Helicopter Parents Lazy? Is it 

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 Tuesday and Thursday 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 Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Ute People. We acknowledge that the forcible removal of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Ute People through violence and genocide has benefitted Treehouse Learning and our surrounding community in Boulder Valley. We respect Indigenous knowledge, history, and culture– past and present.

Our model of building belonging is inspired by Indigenous wisdom and teachings. We learn to care for and respect ourselves, each other, and the world. We also seek to build and restore meaningful and reciprocal relationships with Indigenous Communities and nourish a culture of inclusion where all human beings matter and the world thrives.