Little Sprouts Launches Award-Winning Early Education on New Hampshire's Seacoast

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Little Sprouts, a leader of early education and child care, opened its 18th school early Monday morning. The school, located on the Stratham-Exeter town line, promises to provide an optimal learning experience to young children throughout New Hampshire's Seacoast.

Little Sprouts President & CEO, Mark Anderegg, officially marks the opening of Little Sprouts Stratham-Exeter.

The Seacoast region of New Hampshire is a thriving community that shares our vision of providing children with an exceptional academic and social foundation that will foster an appreciation for lifelong learning.

Little Sprouts, an award-winning provider of early education, opened its 18th school Monday morning in Stratham, New Hampshire. The school is conveniently located within the Exeter Crossing plaza at 1 Portsmouth Avenue at the intersection of Route 101. Newly constructed, the Stratham-Exeter school will offer exceptional early education and contemporary furnishings in Infant, Toddler, Preschool, and Pre-K classrooms. The 8,800 sq. ft. school features three outdoor playgrounds, including one specifically dedicated to Infants, with 8 classrooms and space for up to 98 children.

The Little Sprouts Stratham-Exeter school will be directed by local New Hampshire resident April Campbell. Prior to joining Little Sprouts, Campbell owned and directed her own early childhood center in Bristol, New Hampshire for 8 years. Campbell looks forward to expanding the power of early education in New Hampshire and throughout the Seacoast community: “Little Sprouts is growing in New Hampshire and I want the community to know who we are and what our philosophy is for early childhood education. I look forward to bringing my passion for early childhood education to Little Sprouts and cultivating that passion with our families and the community.”    

Campbell herself is a dedicated lifelong learner and has achieved a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a Masters of Education. She is currently pursuing a PhD in early childhood education and has presented at workshops throughout the state of New Hampshire.

For over 30 years, Little Sprouts has provided early education and child care to children throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The organization has been nationally recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a “Preschool Center of Educational Excellence.” Over 95% of Little Sprouts’ students graduate early reading proficient, with 64% scoring as advanced for early literacy development, and 25% testing gifted.

President & CEO of Little Sprouts, Mark Anderegg, is delighted to open a second school in New Hampshire, in addition to its already established campus in Nashua. “Little Sprouts strives to offer a first-class program that embraces the community in which it operates. The Seacoast region of New Hampshire is a thriving community that shares our vision of providing children with an exceptional academic and social foundation that will foster an appreciation for lifelong learning.”

Inquiring families are welcome to tour Little Sprouts Stratham-Exeter, meet the Executive Director and teachers, and learn more about Little Sprouts’ award-winning curriculum. Little Sprouts extends an open invitation to families that are interested in discovering the modern and sun-filled classrooms, brightly-colored hallways, and expansive playgrounds. For more information about Little Sprouts, and to find a location near you, visit

About Little Sprouts: Little Sprouts has been a leader in providing award-winning early education and child care since 1982. Over 64% of Little Sprouts students score advanced for early literacy development, with 25% of students considered gifted. Little Sprouts is home to 18 schools in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, supporting families that reflect 56 cultures, speaking 23 languages, from all different walks of social, economic, religious and ethnic backgrounds. To learn more about Little Sprouts and how they expand the power and potential of early education and child care, visit

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