The start of a new school year typically comes with fresh school supplies and excitement. This August, the staff at LeafSpring School at the Boulders and families who attend have even more to be excited about: a new owner and a promise of an improved and upgraded facility. Nicole Eubanks-Lambert of Keiko Company purchased the school from John Sims, who purchased the school in 2013 from the Gail and Earl Johnson, the company’s founders. Eubanks-Lambert is a seasoned operator, with over a decade of experience owning and running LeafSpring Schools, as she owns the Charter Colony and Wyndham locations.

Built in 1991, the Boulders school is the oldest LeafSpring School facility and requires renovations. The Lamberts have a multi-phase plan for updating and revitalizing the school. They’ll start with fresh paint and floor repairs, and eventually upgrade the playground and are even evaluating an expansion of the facilities.

Renovations will begin immediately, with much of the activities happening overnight or on weekends to minimize the impact on daily operations and the children’s experience. Updates to the renovation will be emailed to families and posted to their website.


LeafSpring School at the Boulders Assumes New Ownership

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