Rego Park / Forest Hills

Our Rego Park school is located on the border of Rego Park and Forest Hills. Since opening in 2017, this flagship location has provided families and their children with exceptional education. Our classrooms include individual bathrooms for each class. We have an indoor activity room outfitted with a loft, play area and climbing wall. Our warm tones and wood-crafted furnishings are designed to spark imagination and learning.This school is a NYC Department of Education PreK for All and 3-K for all. This free program is provided by the NYC Department of Education and is open to all NYC families. Families must apply through Eligibility is based on birth year and residency.Priority to admission is given to current students and siblings of current students.

Our DOE school code is QBOW.

Upcoming Open House for Summer 2024 and School Year 2024-2025: 

All Program Open House

In - Person: Jan 20, 2024 | 9:30 AM Sign up Here


Tianna Odem: School Director

Tianna is a dedicated and passionate advocate for education, with an unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of the children she works with. From an early age, she recognized the transformative power of education and its ability to shape a brighter future for individuals and communities. Fueled by this passion, Tianna has dedicated herself to pursuing a career in education, graduating from City College with a bachelor's degree in both childhood education and English literature. Tianna is currently perusing her master’s degree in special education and is constantly seeking opportunities to enhance her skills and knowledge to better serve her students.

In her spare time, Tianna likes reading books, spending time with her family and friends, and trying new restaurants.

Originally a 3K teacher at Kuei Luck, Tianna is happy to be back as the Education Director and looks forward to continuing her journey with the Kuei Luck Team!

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