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Child development centers in Newark vary in size as well as in scope. While some offer progressive curriculums and the latest advancements for preschools, others are more intimate daycare centers that take a more relaxed approach to childcare. Whatever your priorities, finding the right daycare center for your child is important. We’ve made the seemingly overwhelming task easier by collecting basic information such as size, location, and licensing information for child development centers in Newark into a single location. Simply click on the links below to learn more about Newark childcare centers that are dedicated to providing families with safe, quality childcare. You can also read reviews about various childcare providers to learn more about which is the right choice for your family. We always welcome comments and corrections, to better the browsing experience on our site.

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Clinton Hill Community Early Childhood Center

Clinton Hill Community Early Childhood Center

Newark, NJ 07112 | (973) 372-8877
Welcome to Clinton Hill Community & Early Childhood Center, Inc. I am delighted you have taken an interest in our family. Our goal is to provide a high-quality, nurturing and safe learning environment for your children; one that will help him/her grow into a wonderful, curious, and happy person. Your children will be exposed to an exciting program that includes a variety of music, discovery, literacy, art, math and many more; all designed to stimulate their physical, intellectual and social/emotional growth in a loving and comfortable environment. As you navigate this website, you will learn more about our program, our staff, and most importantly our children. You will also find links to many community resources available at little or no costs. Please take a moment to sign our guest book and add your name to our mailing list to receive up-to-date information about our program.
Future Leaders Early Learning Christian Academy

Future Leaders Early Learning Christian Academy

Newark, NJ 07103 | (973) 622-0500
At Future Leaders Christian Academy we encourage all children to grow through a variety of stimulating activities and experiences.
Precious Feet Christian Daycare & Academy

Precious Feet Christian Daycare & Academy

Newark, NJ 07106 | (862) 237-9358
Precious Feet Christian Daycare & Academy accepts children ages 2 1/2 -6 years old for our daycare and pre-school programs. We also provide service in the following areas: Before Care 6:00am After School Program (3:00pm - 6:00pm) Evening Care (3:00pm - 10:30pm) Saturday Care (7:30am - 5:30pm ages 2 1/2- 13 years ol) Transportion Service (Call center for more information)
Bobbie's Babies Child Care and Family Enrichment Center,LLC

Bobbie's Babies Child Care and Family Enrichment Center,LLC

Newark, NJ 07102 | (973) 353-0102
Our mission is to provide the highest quality, developmentally appropriate programs for children in a safe, secure and stimulating environment. At Bobbie's Babies, we know that children learn best through play. Together with parents, we prepare children to become avid readers, enjoy solving math problems, learn to speak and write well, get along well with each other, use their imagination and enjoy school. Our curriculum is geared toward helping children become independent, self-confident, inquisitive learners.
Boys and Girls Club of Newark, Inc.

Boys and Girls Club of Newark, Inc.

Newark, NJ 07102 | (973) 242-1200
Established in 1938, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Newark (BGCN) is a youth development agency providing services to thousands of Newark’s youth through a combination of youth outreach activities, summer camp programs, and after-school activities.
CDI Head Start- Elizabeth Avenue

CDI Head Start- Elizabeth Avenue

Newark, NJ 07103 | (973) 643-5618
A goal of CDI HS is to operate a Head Start program in the same communities in which the previous Head Start grantee operated when possible. CDI HS strives to maintain stability for children and families in the program during the transition through continuity of Head Start and Early Head Start services. CDI HS team members will be visiting each center to evaluate whether or not it meets health and safety standards. The health and safety of children, families and staff come first and only facilities that ensure this will be opened by CDI HS. In some cases a center will be relocated due to challenges with negotiating a lease or because a location does not meet CDI HS standards for health and safety. CDI HS also has to obtain legal permission from state child care licensing to be considered a center owner/operator in order to open a center on our first day; on occasion, there are circumstances that prohibit this from happening. If a change in center location does occur, families will be notified with as much advance notice as possible. We recognize that a child’s learning environment is just as important as the quality of staff leading those experiences.
CDI Head Start-Elm Street

CDI Head Start-Elm Street

Newark, NJ 07105 | (973) 589-0583
A goal of CDI HS is to operate a Head Start program in the same communities in which the previous Head Start grantee operated when possible. CDI HS strives to maintain stability for children and families in the program during the transition through continuity of Head Start and Early Head Start services. CDI HS team members will be visiting each center to evaluate whether or not it meets health and safety standards. The health and safety of children, families and staff come first and only facilities that ensure this will be opened by CDI HS. In some cases a center will be relocated due to challenges with negotiating a lease or because a location does not meet CDI HS standards for health and safety. CDI HS also has to obtain legal permission from state child care licensing to be considered a center owner/operator in order to open a center on our first day; on occasion, there are circumstances that prohibit this from happening. If a change in center location does occur, families will be notified with as much advance notice as possible. We recognize that a child’s learning environment is just as important as the quality of staff leading those experiences.
CDI Head Start-IGA

CDI Head Start-IGA

Newark, NJ 07112 | (973) 923-6413
A goal of CDI HS is to operate a Head Start program in the same communities in which the previous Head Start grantee operated when possible. CDI HS strives to maintain stability for children and families in the program during the transition through continuity of Head Start and Early Head Start services. CDI HS team members will be visiting each center to evaluate whether or not it meets health and safety standards. The health and safety of children, families and staff come first and only facilities that ensure this will be opened by CDI HS. In some cases a center will be relocated due to challenges with negotiating a lease or because a location does not meet CDI HS standards for health and safety. CDI HS also has to obtain legal permission from state child care licensing to be considered a center owner/operator in order to open a center on our first day; on occasion, there are circumstances that prohibit this from happening. If a change in center location does occur, families will be notified with as much advance notice as possible. We recognize that a child’s learning environment is just as important as the quality of staff leading those experiences.
CDI Head Start-Saint Stephan

CDI Head Start-Saint Stephan

Newark, NJ 07105 | (973) 589-8370
A goal of CDI HS is to operate a Head Start program in the same communities in which the previous Head Start grantee operated when possible. CDI HS strives to maintain stability for children and families in the program during the transition through continuity of Head Start and Early Head Start services. CDI HS team members will be visiting each center to evaluate whether or not it meets health and safety standards. The health and safety of children, families and staff come first and only facilities that ensure this will be opened by CDI HS. In some cases a center will be relocated due to challenges with negotiating a lease or because a location does not meet CDI HS standards for health and safety. CDI HS also has to obtain legal permission from state child care licensing to be considered a center owner/operator in order to open a center on our first day; on occasion, there are circumstances that prohibit this from happening. If a change in center location does occur, families will be notified with as much advance notice as possible. We recognize that a child’s learning environment is just as important as the quality of staff leading those experiences.
Chancellor Avenue Elementary School

Chancellor Avenue Elementary School

Newark, NJ 07112 | (973) 705-3870
The history of Chancellor Avenue School dates back to 1784. It is actually the oldest standing Newark school. The original Chancellor Avenue Old Stone Schoolhouse was originally located in the community known as Lyons Farms on Pot Pie Lane which was a small road connecting Elizabethtown and Newark. It was later annexed to Newark in 1902. Chancellor Avenue School had been built by the Lyons family, who were descendants of an original Newark settler family in 1728 on land purchased from the Hackensack Indians for a quarter-pound of gunpowder but was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1784. George Washington is even said to have visited the schoolhouse on his way to the Battle of Elizabeth. It was gifted to The Newark Museum by the Newark Board of education in 1938 and was moved –stone by stone- to the Newark Museum’s gardens. The latest Chancellor Avenue School is still located on the original site. On November 1, 2007 the current Chancellor Avenue School staff and students were invited to the rededication ceremony which included the opening of a time capsule that was set in the original schoolhouse cornerstone in 1938. The staff, students, and invited dignitaries replaced the 1938 memorabilia with items representing life in Newark in 2007 and reset the time capsule in the cornerstone for future generations. The current Chancellor Avenue School building was built in 1938 which is located at 321 Chancellor Avenue. Chancellor Avenue Elementary serves grades 3-8 in the South Ward of Newark. There are approximately 400 students, Chancellor has a staff of professionals which includes 3-8 regular and special needs classroom teachers, and itinerant teachers in the fields of instrumental and vocal music, art, physical education, technology and world language. At Chancellor we believe “Strong Minds Lead to Bright Futures”.
Citizen Schools at Eagle Academy

Citizen Schools at Eagle Academy

Newark, NJ 07112 | (973) 732-3886
Passionate AmeriCorps members, educators, and volunteers fill afternoons with inspiring learning experiences-- turning students into young scientists, architects, lawyers, business owners, and future leaders. When we work together, amazing things can happen--students reach their potential, volunteers make a difference, and schools and communities re-imagine what's possible. Our top five leading corporate partners provide invaluable support. Thank you, AmeriCorps, Cisco, Cognizant, Fidelity, Google, and Walmart!
Early Childhood Center of the Ironbound

Early Childhood Center of the Ironbound

Newark, NJ 07105 | (973) 589-8695
IEP’s programs are designed to provide cutting-edge solutions in the areas of special education, early childhood education, theme schools, curriculum and instruction, professional development, charter school educational management, alternative education, corrections education, academic enrichment, and other specialized educational services.
Growing Garden Preschool

Growing Garden Preschool

Newark, NJ 07106 | (973) 375-0502
Growing Garden Preschool & Kindergarten is a private, early childhood program and day care center school that serves 8 students in preschool and kindergarten. Growing Garden Preschool & Kindergarten is coed (school has male and female students) and is Assembly of God in orientation.
Happy Hands Day Care Learning Center

Happy Hands Day Care Learning Center

Newark, NJ 07112 | (973) 732-0777
We provide quality early childhood education for infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children through the use of Creative Curriculm, dedicated staff, and involved parents.
Harriet Tubman PTO Aftercare

Harriet Tubman PTO Aftercare

Newark, NJ 07103 | (973) 242-4441
The mission of the Harriet Tubman PTO Aftercare program is to encourage children to be successful by providing them with a caring and enriching atmosphere that will promote their academic and social development. The organization goes beyond simple childcare and provides meaningful and enriching before- and after- school programs for children. The programs offered are neighborhood-based and academically enriched. Harriet Tubman PTO Aftercare, Inc. strives to create an environment that will allow children to grow socially and academically by nurturing their minds, bodies and spirits through programs that incorporate independent learning and enrichment activities. Opportunities are designed to purposefully enhance the social, academic, and self-esteem levels of participants. The Harriet Tubman PTO Aftercare program is committed to providing the stimulus for students to achieve their maximum physical and creative potential by developing respect for themselves and others, having and displaying self- confidence, and being responsible for their behaviors and actions.
Hearts Academy 1

Hearts Academy 1

Newark, NJ 07108 | (862) 224-1204
LOVE, LEARNING, SAFETY and COMFORT These are your priorities for your child. And they’re ours, too. We’re here to help them learn to love their world. At HEARTS ACADEMY 1, your child gets what he or she needs to develop their beautiful mind, their love of learning, their personality, and their bright future. Our entire school is designed to ensure that your child’s safety and security remain our top priority. And communication is essential. With regular updates (including photos and email updates) of your child’s experiences, you can feel comfortable that you are sharing this journey – every step of the way. 'Building a Lifetime of Love and Learning'
La Casa de Don Pedro Early Childhhood Development Center III

La Casa de Don Pedro Early Childhhood Development Center III

Newark, NJ 07107 | (973) 350-0530
La Casa offers a free, quality, and culturally appropriate early childhood educational with an English/Spanish bilingual program to Newark residents. Curriculum, instruction, personnel, support standards, and facilities are consistent with and under the auspices of Newark Public Schools. All three centers are accredited by the The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The Pre K experience is designed to provide a welcoming learning and socializing environment. Children learn by playing and exploring their interests while being encouraged and supported by qualified staff. Pre-K education is demonstrated to significantly improve a child’s learning and readiness for kindergarten. The program serves 255 children ages 3 & 4 at its three centers and children receive free freshly made and shared family style meals daily (breakfast, lunch and pm snack.)
La Casa de Don Pedro Early Childhood Development Center

La Casa de Don Pedro Early Childhood Development Center

Newark, NJ 07104 | (973) 481-4091
La Casa offers a free, quality, and culturally appropriate early childhood educational with an English/Spanish bilingual program to Newark residents. Curriculum, instruction, personnel, support standards, and facilities are consistent with and under the auspices of Newark Public Schools. All three centers are accredited by the The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The Pre K experience is designed to provide a welcoming learning and socializing environment. Children learn by playing and exploring their interests while being encouraged and supported by qualified staff. Pre-K education is demonstrated to significantly improve a child’s learning and readiness for kindergarten. The program serves 255 children ages 3 & 4 at its three centers and children receive free freshly made and shared family style meals daily (breakfast, lunch and pm snack.)
La Casa de Don Pedro Early Childhood Development Center I

La Casa de Don Pedro Early Childhood Development Center I

Newark, NJ 07104 | (973) 485-0850
La Casa offers a free, quality, and culturally appropriate early childhood educational with an English/Spanish bilingual program to Newark residents. Curriculum, instruction, personnel, support standards, and facilities are consistent with and under the auspices of Newark Public Schools. All three centers are accredited by the The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The Pre K experience is designed to provide a welcoming learning and socializing environment. Children learn by playing and exploring their interests while being encouraged and supported by qualified staff. Pre-K education is demonstrated to significantly improve a child’s learning and readiness for kindergarten. The program serves 255 children ages 3 & 4 at its three centers and children receive free freshly made and shared family style meals daily (breakfast, lunch and pm snack.)
La Casa Youth and Family Services Division

La Casa Youth and Family Services Division

Newark, NJ 07104 | (973) 483-2703
La Casa offers a free, quality, and culturally appropriate early childhood educational with an English/Spanish bilingual program to Newark residents. Curriculum, instruction, personnel, support standards, and facilities are consistent with and under the auspices of Newark Public Schools. All three centers are accredited by the The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The Pre K experience is designed to provide a welcoming learning and socializing environment. Children learn by playing and exploring their interests while being encouraged and supported by qualified staff. Pre-K education is demonstrated to significantly improve a child’s learning and readiness for kindergarten. The program serves 255 children ages 3 & 4 at its three centers and children receive free freshly made and shared family style meals daily (breakfast, lunch and pm snack.)
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