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.

<strong>Evangeline Lancaster</strong>

Evangeline Lancaster

Center Director

The Director is in charge of all daily operations of the High Point Child Care Learning Center.

Evangeline Lancaster (“Vangie” for short) came to High Point Child Care Learning Center with more than 18 years of experience in the Early Childhood Education field.  Having previous experience as a Preschool Teacher at Kids Time Daycare and Preschool and being promoted to the role of Director for 15 years at Superior Child Care, she most recently worked for Audubon Area Head Start before coming to High Point.  We are very excited to have this Henderson Community College graduate who obtained her Associate in Applied Science with High Distinction in Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education as our Director!

Vangie formerly served on the Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Board at Henderson Community College, which was responsible for bringing the Reggio Amelia Conference from Italy to the State of Kentucky, as well as introduced and presided over the Union County Early Childhood Council, STARS for KIDS NOW program for the betterment of children’s quality care and education and families in the community.

As she has experience as both an educator and director, Vangie has embraced a lifestyle of continuous learning, both for herself and for children’s educational and personal growth paths.  “I am eagerly anticipating being a positive role model for your children’s future… It gives me great pleasure to know that I will be working with a team of educators that play an intricate part in your children’s lives…, developing a close-knit relationship with [teachers and parents].”