Our History

The Wolfeboro Nursery School has been serving children and young families in the greater Wolfeboro Area for over 65 years! 


Since our founding in 1953, we have cared for and educated over two thousand children. We are an organization that grew out of a local need for early childhood education in postwar Wolfeboro and a generation’s commitment to meeting the needs of children in the community. The Wolfeboro Community Kindergarten, as it was first named, stressed quality early childhood education, parent involvement, and community participation. 

For decades, the Wolfeboro Nursery School was housed in the historic Train Station in downtown Wolfeboro.

 

On August 13, 2018, teachers, board members and past and current WNS students joined for a ribbon cutting ceremony officially opening the school at our new home at 258 South Main Street (across from the Wolfeboro Public Library) in the classroom wing of the All Saints Church property.
 

 

Celebrating 60 years of quality cooperative early childhood education in October 2013 at the Train Station in downtown Wolfeboro!

 

The ribbon cutting ceremony
opening Wolfeboro Nursery School's 
new home in August 2018!