Creative World School Frisco celebrates new owner, grand re-opening

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Two preschool students pose in the Exploratorium, the centerpiece of each Creative World School campus that houses educational experiences for children centered around science, technology, engineering, art and math. (Courtesy Creative World School Frisco)

Two preschool students pose in the Exploratorium, the centerpiece of each Creative World School campus that houses educational experiences for children centered around science, technology, engineering, art and math. (Courtesy Creative World School Frisco)

The Creative World School Frisco, a preschool and early childhood education provider, will reopen on Aug. 16 under the leadership of a new owner and executive director. Owner Lorne Zalesin also operates the Creative World School Leander location. Executive Director Meghan Moi is a Prosper resident with “many years” of experience in early childhood education.

“Our primary goal is to support children’s development as life-long learners by providing the highest level of quality care and education in the safest, most secure environment available,” said Zalesin.


The newly-renovated school offers daycare for infants, toddlers, and pre-K-aged children in Frisco, McKinney and Plano. It also provides after school and camp programs for children in elementary school through age 12. Interested families can schedule private tours to learn more about the curriculum and take advantage of grand opening promotional offers.

The school is hosting a free back-to-school event on Aug. 28 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. There will be outdoor activities, campus tours, snacks and goody bags. Local businesses will offer additional activities. Families that register for the event in advance will be entered to win prizes. 4915 Coit Road, Frisco. 972-335-3565. https://creativeworldschool.com/schools/frisco-tx-preschool-childcare-daycare/
By Brooklynn Cooper
Brooklynn Cooper covers public education in Frisco and McKinney. Previously, she reported on southern Dallas for The Dallas Morning News. The Durham, N.C. native and devoted Tar Heel fan graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2019.


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