Castleglen Private School

602 Castleglen Drive
Garland, Texas 75043
(972) 240-6530


CCA/CCMS Participants Welcome


Come check out our new infant room!

Meet the Director

Welcome to Castleglen Private School. My name is Keatha Thomas and I am the director. I have 26 years experience in childcare as well as my Professional Administrations Credentialing in Child Care Management. I also have an Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education.

All of our staff are CPR/First Aid certified. Each lead teacher has a CDA credential. We have additional teachers who are currently enrolled in Early Childhood Education classes. They have all passed background checks and have their fingerprints on file with the FBI. We are all required by state licensing to obtain training hours in the child care field.

My goal is to nurture and teach children to reach their full potential while surrounding them in a safe, fun, creative, and curriculum enriched environment. This will include field trips, theme based curriculum, fun activities, arts and crafts all while taking every opportunity to teach and build disciplined children of character.

We look forward to meeting you and your family. Please come on by for a tour to view our center in action.

The Castleglen Learning Philosophy

Your child’s day at Castleglen will be filled with wonder as they draw, play, paint and sing in an atmosphere where children are free to learn and explore.

To create the most nurturing environment possible, our curriculum and activities are centered around the Castleglen Learning Philosophy.

We believe…

  • …each child should be recognized as an individual and encouraged to reach his or her full potential.
  • …all children have the right to a caring and nurturing environment where they are encouraged to develop emotionally, physically, intellectually and socially.
  • …children should have an opportunity to express their feelings and emotions in an appropriate way while showing respect for authority and the rights of others.
  • …our students should be accepted as they are, not for what they have or what they can do.
  • …in promoting lifelong learning and celebrating the talents and gifts of each child.