PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A Bucks County couple is expanding their “boutique” preschool into Center City.

It’s a preschool with a world view. John and Regina Reydler opened their two “Right Steps” preschools in Richboro and Churchville seven years ago. They plan to open a Center City location next month in a former bank building at 16th and Locust.

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Director Mary Beth Cunningham says in addition to eco-friendly furniture and organic locally-sourced meals, the school exposes young children to a variety of international cultures through music and games.

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“We try to encourage them to become citizens of the world. We do that through our global education program, which is woven into all areas of our building.”

The two-story world mural surrounding the school’s indoor playground features The Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal and the Philadelphia skyline.

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Reported By Mike DeNardo, KYW Newsradio