Angela Bruno, Owner

The Kids' Clubhouse of the Main Line was founded by Angela Bruno, a local mom. After living in a few different states, she returned to PA and was shocked to find that the Main Line didn't have a drop-in daycare. 


With the support of her husband, family, and friends, she decided to build the first drop-in daycare for the Main Line. Angela is blessed to be the mother of 3 girls- Avery, Evie, and Nora, and also to have a loving a supportive husband, AJ.  She enjoys spending time with family, finding unique and delicious places to eat, and reading a good book.  

Luci Keeler, Director and Pre-K Teacher

Ms. Luci is a Certified Pre-K teacher and along with being the Pre-K teacher she is also our Director- a dual.  Luci has always loved working with children and began her teaching career 12 years ago.


For the past 6 years she held a dual role at a preschool in West Chester where she served as the Preschool Director and Pre-K teacher. During that time, Luci created a comprehensive literacy-based curriculum which offers the perfect combination of learning and playing.


KCML is thrilled to be implementing this curriculum.  Luci’s energy, passion and understanding of the importance of early childhood learning is what motivates her to want to provide the highest of standards for our youngest learners! 



Ms. Brittany

Meet our Beginner's Program assistant teacher, Ms. Brittany! Ms. Brittany's favorite part about being a teacher is developing a child's love for learning. Ms. Brittany believes that learning should be through play, reading, writing, and asking lots of questions! She believes that peaceful and positive transitions occur when children are given a verbal cue. Ms. Brittany feels that this allows the child to understand that there will be a transition coming and helps them look forward to another fun activity! Some of Ms. Brittany's favorite things to do during her free time is to go on walks, organize, decorate, and shop!

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Ms. Gianna

Ms. Gianna is our Co-Teacher in the Preschool class. She graduated from Mount St. Mary’s University with a Bachelors in Psychology and will be furthering her education in the Masters of Education at Eastern University. She first knew she wanted to be a teacher when she volunteered at a preschool for a community project in college and fell in love with all the aspects of early childhood learning. Ms. Gianna taught social emotional and behavioral programs at an elementary school near her college and taught kindergarten prior to joining KCML! One of Ms. Gianna’s favorite things in the world is being an aunt to her 10 year old nephew. Some of Ms. Gianna’s other favorite things are spending time with her three BIG dogs and her friends.

Ms. Jena

Ms. Jena is a co-teacher in our Preschool class.  Jena attended Cabrini University and graduated with a degree in Education Studies and a minor in Leadership.

She spent summers working at Summer Institute Of The Gifted and Marple Newtown ESY (Extentend School Year) Program in the Austic Support Classroom. 

For the last two years, Jena worked within Marple Newtown School Disirit as a One-on-One Special Education Assistant and an Assistant in the Autistic Support Classroom.

During her free time she loves volunteering at Nana's Attic, a thrift store that supports the Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County. She also loves baking, being outside, spending time with friends and family, and visiting with her favorite person in the world, her 91 year old Grandmom.

Ms. Maggie

Maggie Michael joins us as an Assistant lead teacher in our Beginner's program.  She graduated from King's College with Bachelor Degrees in Criminal Justice and Mass Communications with honors. During her education, she was the captain of her college basketball team, coached their local Special Olympics team, and represented her school as an Admissions Ambassador. 


Maggie grew up in a large family which is where she developed an interest in child care. Her genuine enjoyment in helping children grow has inspired her to get her Masters in Child Psychology in the coming years.