Welcome to MUSA!
The Methodist Union of Social Agencies (MUSA) has been operational for nearly sixty years in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Our staff and supporters have dedicated our time and resources to providing quality, developmentally appropriate educational support and care for children in the Mon Valley area and its surrounding neighborhoods, including Homestead, Munhall, West Homestead, McKeesport, Braddock, West Mifflin, and more.
Our school-age programs are held inside the respective elementary schools for maximum convenience, and our preschool program is located at the Steel Valley Council of Governments building, which also contains many Head Start and Pre-K Counts programs. Our Summer Camp is conveniently located in Homestead.
Little Lambs Preschool
A specifically designed program for ages 3-5 and supported by a creative curriculum, the Little Lambs Preschool focuses on gross motor and visual learning to prepare all children for Kindergarten.
Our 10 week Summer Day Camp for children ages 5 (completed Kindergarten)- 12 years old strives to keep children engaged during their break and transition to the next grade level.
All MUSA programs are licensed by the state of Pennsylvania and abide by 55 Pa. Code Chapter 3270. Current certifications can be found at each site, and are available upon request.
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