Rainbow Rising Northwood currently has space. Please contact your Site Director and ask how to start today!
Rainbow Rising Northwood offers educational learning opportunities through both inside and outside play and recognizes that learning occurs during playful experiences. At Northwood, we help our children build on their cognitive competence and problem-solving skills, positive communication skills, and highlight the importance of working well with others.
Our goal is to provide a wide variety of experiences, such as daily developmentally appropriate activities, physical education, academic homework programs, and recreational play in order to promote social, physical, and emotional growth and development. Our teachers work closely with parents and school administration to ensure a positive learning experience through positive reinforcement, patience and understanding. Rainbow also offers all day care during winter, spring, and summer breaks
Enrollment for the 2023-24 school year begins March 3rd. The link to enroll for the upcoming year will be available on 3/3/23 @ 7:00 am. Your Site Director will reach out to you via email when your spot is confirmed. If a site is waitlisted, we will reach out to let you know you've been placed on our waitlist.
Hello Northwood Families, my name is Lauren Solorio and I am excited to be your new Director. I started with Rainbow Rising in 2015 and had the opportunity to experience a few different Rainbow Rising centers. I started as a teacher and have grown through each role leading up to becoming a director. I went to CSUF and received my Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Development. My passion has always been to work with children, and guide them into the right path as they grow into respectful and kind individuals. My goal is to create an environment that will be safe and fun at the same time here at Rainbow.
Hello, Rainbow Rising friends and families! I am thrilled to be your Assistant Director in training here at Northwood. I began my Rainbow journey in November of 2018 as a teacher and I haven’t looked back. I truly cannot wait to continue to build my relationships with the Northwood children, staff, and families in this new role. I grew up in Irvine, attending all IUSD schools starting at Alderwood Elementary, to Rancho San Joaquin Middle school and University High School. I recently earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Communication Studies from California State University, Fullerton. In the future, I plan to further my educational career and earn a master’s degree with the hopes of becoming a community college professor. I have always had a passion for working with children and it is my mission to provide a safe and fun-loving environment for your children to grow.