High Point Child Care Learning Center takes great pride in offering high quality child care for Evansville, Indiana and the surrounding tri-state area. We currently have achieved a Paths To Quality Level 3 rating. All permanent and temporary staff, as well as all volunteers, are screened for any criminal activity in the past 10 years by our Indiana State licensing representative in accordance with Indiana State Regulations for child care centers.
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Families who have enrolled their children have recommended us to their friends and family. They feel safe, stating that the center is like a home away from home for their child. The children have fun while learning and meeting important early childhood milestones. Teachers provide a variety of hands-on learning activities that are age-appropriate. Our children build a love for learning.
The Creative Curriculum encourages children to use their imaginations and creativity to learn new skills and gain new knowledge of the world around them.
We would love to get to know you! If you are interested in who we are, what we do, and why we are the BEST choice for your kids, just drop us a line. We would love to show you around, meet our staff, and answer any question you may have. Feel free to call or fill out a contact form, and we will get back with you as quickly as possible.
Our availability changes daily. Please feel free to call anytime to check for openings and take a tour of our facility!
Tuition is due every Monday and is considered late after noon on Tuesdays. We accept cash, credit/debit cards, checks, and Indiana/Kentucky vouchers (including the Gatekeeper Program and DCS).
High Point Child Care Learning Center would like to congratulate Ms. Ruthie (Pre-K) for receiving the staff recognition of Employee of the Month! Your hard work and dedication to our children has not gone unnoticed by your fellow staff, and we appreciate all you do for the kids and staff here at High Point.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.