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The Malvern School of King of Prussia

The Malvern School’s preschool in King of Prussia is conveniently located at the intersection of Henderson and South Gulph Roads, and we have been serving the King of Prussia area since 2004. We are particularly proud of the dedication and diverse teaching styles of our classroom teams. Watching the children grow from Infants to Kindergarten-ready students is a joy, and their success is a true testament to the high level of programming at our preschool. Our early childhood education programs offer much more than traditional King of Prussia daycare and childcare programs. We look forward to helping your child prepare for the future, and we encourage you to schedule a tour of our King of Prussia preschool!

What Parents are saying:

The teachers are extremely loving and the School has such a different feel. It is definitely more of a school feel than those other daycares out there.

—Tara S., King of Prussia


  • 2020 Hulafrog Most Loved Award
  • 2016 100% Club
  • 2015 100% Club
  • 2014 Health and Safety Coordinator of the Year
  • 2013 Director of Education of the Year
  • 2013 Presidents’ Choice Award
  • 2012 Safe School Award
  • 2012 Executive Director of the Year
  • 2009 Curriculum Coordinator of the Year
  • 2008 Health & Safety Coordinator of the Year
  • 2006 Rising Star Award


747 South Gulph Road
King of Prussia,
Ph: 1-877-MALVERN

School Hours

Monday-Friday: 7:00am-5:30pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

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Meet Our Directors

Keeana Stancil, Director of Education

Keeana Stancil is the Director of Education at The Malvern School of King of Prussia. Keeana joined The Malvern School team in 2021 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Pre-Occupational Therapy and a Masters of Education in Early Childhood Education Administration from West Chester University. She started her career in the classroom as an Assistant Teacher to a Lead, Assistant Director and Director.

One of Keeana’s proudest moments of her career is the advancement to leadership after only a couple of years and achieving her M.ED. Keeana loves that The Malvern School incorporates different artists and authors into the curriculum. This exposure provides children the learning opportunity to explore many different cultures and genres which impact their learning and development.

During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their Corgi named Morty. They enjoy traveling to sunny destinations and exploring new dog-friendly restaurants. Fun Fact about Keeana? She practiced ballet, tap and cheerleading as a young child. When she was young, she wanted to be a Zookeeper or a Vet. Her favorite children’s book is “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein.

Tracy Anderson, Associate Director

Tracy Anderson is the Associate Director at The Malvern School of King of Prussia. Tracy holds a degree in Early Childhood Education from Ashworth University in Norcross, GA, and has more than 20 years of experience in early childhood education. Tracy has taught infants through PreK, and previously held various positions spanning two decades-- from Team Ambassador, Health & Safety Coordinator to NAEYC District Mentor.

Tracy’s proudest moment of her professional career was leading a school team through the NAEYC accreditation process. At the time, her school was recognized in the district with the highest NAEYC score and was used as a mentor school for others seeking accreditation. She finds The Malvern School’s curriculum to be truly focused on the children with an individualized approach that is flexible to meet the developmental goals of the children in each classroom during any given time.

During her free time, she enjoys watching HGTV and cooking shows. Fun fact about Tracy: She enjoys reading poetry and she collects picture frames. Tracy’s favorite children’s book is “Goodnight Moon” by Margaret Wise Brown.

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