Committed To Lifelong Learning
In A Caring Environment

Creating a Community of Learners

Creating a Community of Learners

Through social interactions and hands-on activities, children will acquire Spanish language skills naturally. In addition to this, they will be exercising their observation and problem-solving skills as they learn to apply newly acquired language skills in different situations.

Success, Nothing Less

We promote learning through role-play and companionship with children and teachers, which allows them to develop character and grow in how they interact with others. To give children every possible advantage as they move on to elementary school and beyond, qualified teachers teach all our classes in Spanish. And the team at CEI Preschool looks forward to preparing the next generation to be as successful as they can be.

Founder and Director

Sandra Fleming has a Ph.D. in education. She spent 18 years working as a teacher and provided professional development for teachers in the US and her homeland, Mexico. Also, her experience as Assistant Director in Texas gave her the security of developing this immersive Spanish program, as she had experience dealing with children, families, and teachers.

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Here at CEI Preschool, our mission is to immerse children in the Spanish language and culture while learning and discovering new things through fun activities.


CEI Preschool partners with parents in their child’s education, supporting them to help their children understand themselves and others. Our vision is equipping your child with personal respect and a positive attitude in life.

Why Choose Us?

We strive to provide learning experiences to help children grow in social, emotional, intellectual, and physical skills. By using hands-on activities exploring different subjects while interacting in Spanish, we focus on helping children develop learning skills and tools they can use for the rest of their school careers.

A Great Place to Learn

A Great Place to Learn

Infants (6 weeks to 12 months)

CEI Preschool teachers create a safe, clean, and warm environment pleasing your child in a positive relationship between infants, parents, and teachers.

Our low ratio allows interaction with the teacher in a healthy atmosphere that helps develop skills while playing, singing, touching, and feeling the world around them. Our program is focused on language acquisition, as well as physical, social, and cognitive development. Linguists explain the importance of why babies learn one language over another by listening to the surrounding humans. For this very reason, our enrichment program in Spanish allows opening all senses in early infancy.

Toddlers (1 to 2)

Toddlers are young learners who want to discover the world around them. Their curiosity drives them to get abilities to collaborate and communicate, exploring how to sing, dance, jump, and more. Therefore, CEI Preschool provides more than just daycare for toddlers; we help children grow and learn during the transition from infancy to being mobile and independent.

Our program is an introduction to routines, positive guidance, and confidence-building. Our plan is focused on language, physical, social-emotional, and cognitive development. All this while still immersed in the Spanish language.

Early Preschool (2 to 3)

Early preschoolers are ready for routines and positive guidance. Perseverance and overcome obstacles are some of their qualities, which are essential to children's success. Every classroom is designed to develop children verbally counting, grouping items, and demonstrating an understanding of number operations, associating numbers, understanding turn-taking, engaging in imaginative play with dramatic arts, and more.

This program is designed to improve early skills immersion in the Spanish world.

Preschool (3 to 4)

Preschoolers are ready to demonstrate executive function skills, classifying objects, suggesting solutions, and remaining focused on a task.

Our teachers encourage preschoolers to engage in all activities and follow directions by themselves. Through our lesson plans, children are allowed to learn from their teachers and interact with other children. As well, they are engaged with pre-reading and pre-writing. Our program immersion in Spanish helps them understand the difference between Spanish and their home language through various techniques that develop language, physical, social-emotional, and cognitive skills.

Pre-Kinder (4 to 5)

Young learners continue their journey by developing social-emotional intelligence. They will demonstrate executive function skills by classifying objects by color, shapes, and size, which help critical thinking.

Our program will demonstrate how immersed they are in the language when using math concepts by counting 10 to 20 or more and demonstrating executive functions skills.

Sandra Fleming

Sandra Fleming

General Manager

My name is Sandra Fleming and I have 23 years of experience in the field of education. I was born and raised in Mexico, where I developed a deep passion for teaching and learning. I am happily married and have four wonderful children who continue to inspire me every day.

Education has always been my vocation and I have pursued it with dedication and enthusiasm. I hold a master's and a doctorate in Education, which have provided me with the knowledge and skills necessary to have a positive impact on students' lives. Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of serving as an educator, mentor, and advocate for child development.

Working in the field of education brings me immense joy and satisfaction. The fact that I am entrusted with the care and education of your children is a responsibility that I do not take lightly. I am grateful for the opportunity to do what I love while attending to the needs of your precious little ones.

I firmly believe that every child has the potential to succeed and thrive, and my goal as an educator and director is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment in which they can flourish. I am committed to providing a comprehensive education that fosters their intellectual, emotional, and social growth.

Liliana Martínez

Liliana Martínez

Assistant Director

My name is Liliana Martínez, I was born in Zacatecas, I am 27 years old and married without children. I moved to Atlanta, Georgia, when I was 15, about to turn 16. I started my first job as a cashier at a small grocery store and worked there for almost 2 years. Then we moved to Kyle, Texas.

I started working at Walmart as a toy sales associate. After obtaining my GED, I got the position of toy supervisor. I was promoted to manager at Walmart and worked as a manager for 2 years. After working at Walmart for almost 7 years, I made the decision to look for something better for me. While working at Walmart, I took the dental assistant course, but I never thought that I would be so interested in working with children until I applied to work at CEI Preschool.

I started as a floater, working only 3 hours a day, and that's where my passion for working with children arose. I love what I do and always strive for excellence.

Marlin Escandón

Marlin Escandón

Teacher Coordinator

My name is Marlin Escandón, I was born in Venezuela and I am a wife, mother, and grandmother. I love to smile, be friendly, and be able to help others diligently and empathetically.

I graduated from the P.E.L University in the Vargas state headquarters in Venezuela, as a Specialist Teacher in Preschool Education. It is a privilege for me to be surrounded every day by the purest love of children, who with a look, gesture, or hug make me love even more what I do. The commitment and challenge involved in teaching children is what motivates me, and although I am in another country and everything is different, it has not been an obstacle.

I work according to the needs and interests of my students, respecting the biological and social process of each child, focusing on them being the protagonists of their learning in favor of a constructivist education, discipline without tears, and limits!

Wendy Orozco

Wendy Orozco


Hello, my name is Wendy Orozco. I was born and raised in Tepatitlán, Jalisco, Mexico. I am the youngest of a family of 5 made up of my parents, a brother, and an older sister. In 2009, I moved to Guadalajara to start college and, 5 years later, I managed to obtain my degree in Business Administration. Shortly after graduating, the opportunity arose to move to Austin, Texas.

I have been working with children since 2016. I started as a teacher's assistant and soon realized that working with children was my passion. Seeing them learn and master new things, being close to them, helping them become more independent, and achieving or surpassing their goals gives me the satisfaction of getting up every day.

Currently, life and CEI Preschool have given me the opportunity to be a director and one of my goals is to maintain an environment where children feel safe and loved while they are away from their parents, but also an environment where parents and staff feel welcome, safe, and connected.

I want to thank you all in advance for entrusting your children to us. We will do our best to keep them safe and happy while you have to be absent.


1) Wendy Orozco is a committed professional with 7 years of experience in early childhood education. As a Business Administrator, she has successfully combined her experience in the field of education with her solid administrative skills. Her years of experience have given her the opportunity to obtain her director credentials, demonstrating her commitment and knowledge in managing educational institutions.

2) Wendy stands out for her natural passion for early childhood education and her ability to seamlessly combine administration with the care and attention of children.

Matthew Fleming

Matthew Fleming

Founding Team

Josely Lopez

Josely Lopez

EGBI Accounting Specialist

Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow

Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow

CEI Preschool (Spanish Immersion School) is designed to engage and learn in a fun way through our enriched Spanish program. We believe that the balance between academics and enthusiasm for fun helps to achieve the required skills. In addition, getting routines and structure in their early years develop the capacity and ability to be self-driven.

Six weeks to 12 months

Story time (expressions, sounds, and colors)

Tummy time (motor skills)

Fine and gross motor skills (interacting with toys and food)

Sensory development (food and diverse materials)

Beginning self-feeding (spoon, plates, cups)

Language (soft conversations, singing, responding)

Social (mirror technique and interaction)

Cognitive (Learning about everything in the classroom)

13 to 24 months

Positive guidance

Confidence and new experiences (routines)

Visualization with shapes and colors

Sign language vocabulary

Body parts

Finger painting

Sensory (ice, whip cream, watercolors)

Self-awareness through new experiences

Motor skills activities (jumping, role-play)

Social discovery

Being familiar with letters (older babies)

Count to 10 (older babies)

Story time


Sign language vocabulary

Fine motor skills (blocks and puzzles)

Gluing, painting, coloring

Identifying people, animals, and objects with words

Back-and-forth conversations

Responding appropriately

Routine tasks independently

Separating from their parents without becoming upset

Recognize shapes and colors

Sound out letters of the alphabet

Weather recognition

Days of the week and months of the year

Count to 20

Story time


Confidence and strengthen natural curiosity (learning centers activities)


Sound out each letter of the alphabet

Recognize shapes, colors, letters and identify their sounds

Discovery of new words and sounds

Count to 50

Initiate adding and subtracting

Initiate writing letters and full name

Grouping items and demonstrating an understanding of number operations

Building their vocabulary and expanding their language skills

Imaginative play and using props to learn about the dramatic art of creativity

Sign language vocabulary

Responding appropriately, manners and positive attitudes

Daily calendar, months, days of the week, and weather

Understanding turn-taking

Working and play cooperatively

Story time (creativity)

4 to 5-year-old

Offering to share materials and space with a classmate by themselves

Solving problems in the classroom

Performing a task and finishing it

Classifying objects by color, size, or shapes

Using math concepts by counting until 100

Writing letters, full name and words

Play and role-playing

Classmate names

Responding appropriately, manners and positive attitudes

Daily calendar, months, days of the week, and weather

Understanding turn-taking

Working and play cooperatively


Spelling words and names

Recognize sight words

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