Santa Ana, Orange Preschool

Children’s Village Preschool is a superb option if you live in Santa Ana, California.

From Santa Ana, turn right onto E First St. and turn left onto N Grand Ave. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto E 4th St. Use the right 2 lanes to take the ramp onto CA-55 S/State Rte 55 S. And when you reach the E Chapman Ave, turn left. And in less than a minute, you’ll find our preschool.

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About Santa Ana, California

Santa Ana, California, is a city located in Orange County. The city was founded in 1869 and became a charter city in 1943. Santa Ana has a population of 324,528 and is the 57th most populous city in the United States. Santa Ana’s economy is based on retail, service, and financial industries. Santa Ana is home to several museums, art galleries, and entertainment venues. The city is also known for its Mexican cuisine, which was influenced by the city’s historical heritage. Santa Ana’s economy is based on retail, service, and financial industries. With low taxes and a prestigious central location, many corporations are headquartered or have their regional operations center in Santa Ana.

The city’s most recognized corporate resident in the global telecommunications giant, AT&T Mobility, formerly known as Cingular Wireless. Orange County Business Council, which draws thousands of visitors to its annual Western Regional Conference each year, has had at least one meeting hosted by an AT&T facility in recent years. Other corporations include The Adams Group and Amkor Technology.
Santa Ana is the headquarters of several manufacturing and distributing companies like American Safety Razor, Bushmaster Firearms, Golden Spoon Yogurt, and Spyderco knives. It also hosts major distribution centers for Toys “R” Us, Mattel, Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes cereal, among others.

The largest trade association in Santa Ana is the Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. This organization assists many minority-owned businesses with business development and other opportunities for success. The next largest trade associations based within Santa Ana are the California Grocers Association, Orange County Business Council, and the California Restaurant Association.

Santa Ana is also home to two well-known schools: Santa Ana College (SAC) and Golden West College (GWC). The community college system offers certificate programs, associate degrees, and several different transfer degrees; Cal State Fullerton (CSUF) and the University of California, Irvine (UCI) are both nearby and provide opportunities for students to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Santa Ana is home to many community-based organizations that provide its citizens with activities and entertainment. Some organizations include La Nueva X (LNX) radio station, which has been in service since 1977, Santa Ana Council of the Blind (SACB), which provides services to citizens who are blind or visually impaired; and the Orange County Indian Center (OCIC) which provides services to Native Americans.

Santa Ana is also home to several museums, art galleries, entertainment venues, and a variety of other attractions. The Barnsdall Art Park is a public park and art center with a fine art collection by Los Angeles County artists. The park includes a city landmark called the “Oil-Shale Sculpture”, also known as “Hollyhock House”. Other landmarks include Santa Ana Zoo, MainPlace Mall, Centennial Park Stadium 18 & Event Center, Sports Park, and The Discovery Science Center.

Santa Ana is also home to the annual Dia de Los Muertos Festival, each year over a three-day weekend in October. It has been hosted at Ruben Salazar Park since 1999. Every year over 200,000 people attend the event to honor deceased loved ones by building altars and enjoying Mexican cuisine, live entertainment, craft booths, and more.


Some of the best restaurants in Santa Ana include Ameci Pizza, Zankou Chicken, King’s Fish House, The Hangar Bar and Grill, and Baseline Sports Bar and Grill. Some of the best grocery stores in Santa Ana include Stater Bros., Ralphs, Food 4 Less, and Fresh & Easy. Some of the best parks in Santa Ana include Centennial Park Stadium 18 & Event Center, Sports Park, Santiago Park, Hart Park, and Fountain Valley Regional Park.

Find Out More About Santa Ana, California, Orange Preschool

If you reside in Santa Ana, California, Children’s Village Preschool is an excellent option for your children. The institution has a unique environment and an enviable reputation.

However, space is limited, and you should immediately enroll on the waiting list. This is entirely free – and there is no need to accept the position, but enrolling does provide your kid with the choice.

Click on the link below to register. Arrange a convenient time and date with the preschool Director. Jessica will answer all of your questions, show you around the facilities, and secure your reservation.