Woodbridge plans for new preschool, theater renovation

Woodbridge Village Center’s recent $30 million renovation, which included a new 1-acre plaza with commanding views of North Lake, has attracted new stores, restaurants and services for the community.

Piper Preschool, the center’s newest planned opening, is designed to meet a critical need for working families to have high-quality early education and child-care programs close to home. Piper has a tradition of providing an all-inclusive learning environment that prepares children for their next educational steps.

Piper officials call Woodbridge “a perfect fit” because of its strong focus on family and education, along with access to outdoor activities. The preschool provides children with the best of both developmental and academic approaches to education. Its philosophy is: “We think, we re-think, we create, we listen. We do what makes sense, and promise to never become complacent.”

Piper Preschool’s plans are currently on file with the city for review, and the new location is anticipated to be open for fall 2022 admission. It would replace locations of the former Ruby’s Diner and Barnes & Noble, which will close in January.

Families interested in Piper Preschool can join its interest list at piperpreschool.com/piperoc/.

Woodbridge Village Center has also announced the AMC Classic Woodbridge 5 theater has renewed its lease. AMC and the center will be making significant reinvestments to upgrade the experience for guests.