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Child development centers in New York 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 New York into a single location. Simply click on the links below to learn more about New York 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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Harlem Dowling West Side Center A.S.P. @ P.S. 161

Harlem Dowling West Side Center A.S.P. @ P.S. 161

New York, NY 10027 | (212) 926-3040
Our mission at P.S. 161 is to foster in all of our students the skills that assist them to become independent thinkers problem-solvers and lifelong learners. We provide an environment where children are an integral part of a community and hold themselves and each other to the highest standards of performance. The close-knit atmosphere permits each child parent and staff member to feel safe recognized and respected. This facility is authorized to administer medications
Harlem RBI, Inc @ PS 171

Harlem RBI, Inc @ PS 171

New York, NY 10029 | (212) 722-1608
Harlem RBI is seeking dynamic, motivated individuals to serve as coaching and teaching fellows in an innovative summer program for youth in grades K-5 in East Harlem and the South Bronx. Harlem RBI’s summer elementary program provides youth with a full day of educational, enrichment and baseball activities designed to foster a positive learning environment, build character and reverse summer learning loss.
Harlem's Zone After-School PS 242M

Harlem's Zone After-School PS 242M

New York, NY 10027 | (212) 234-6200
The Harlem Children's Zone Beacon programs turn school buildings into community centers, offering programs during the afternoon, evening and weekend. They offer programs for youth and adults – from education to the arts to recreation. Each summer, they offer all-day camp so children have a safe, enriching place to spend their time instead of hanging out on the street. Like our Harlem Children's Zone Project, the Beacons also have a holistic "whatever it takes" approach to meeting the needs of the surrounding community. Services are provided free to the public. The Booker T. Washington Beacon program is located in MS 54 on West 107th Street. In 2007 it served 1,500 residents, including 1,100 young people. It serves elementary- and middle-school students and brings the local community together through special events. In addition to its wide range of education, arts and recreation programs, the program has been busy building out its Moving Forward program, which targets young men and women who are no longer in school, but not fully employed. Moving Forward works with young people so they can obtain a high-school equivalency degree and then go on to a vocational school or other higher-learning institutions.
Harlem's Zone CS 154

Harlem's Zone CS 154

New York, NY 10027 | (212) 864-3354
The Harlem Children's Zone Beacon programs turn school buildings into community centers, offering programs during the afternoon, evening and weekend. They offer programs for youth and adults – from education to the arts to recreation. Each summer, they offer all-day camp so children have a safe, enriching place to spend their time instead of hanging out on the street. Like our Harlem Children's Zone Project, the Beacons also have a holistic "whatever it takes" approach to meeting the needs of the surrounding community. Services are provided free to the public. The Booker T. Washington Beacon program is located in MS 54 on West 107th Street. In 2007 it served 1,500 residents, including 1,100 young people. It serves elementary- and middle-school students and brings the local community together through special events. In addition to its wide range of education, arts and recreation programs, the program has been busy building out its Moving Forward program, which targets young men and women who are no longer in school, but not fully employed. Moving Forward works with young people so they can obtain a high-school equivalency degree and then go on to a vocational school or other higher-learning institutions.
Harlem's Zone Inc. PS 149

Harlem's Zone Inc. PS 149

New York, NY 10026 | (212) 534-0700
The Harlem Children's Zone Beacon programs turn school buildings into community centers, offering programs during the afternoon, evening and weekend. They offer programs for youth and adults – from education to the arts to recreation. Each summer, they offer all-day camp so children have a safe, enriching place to spend their time instead of hanging out on the street. Like our Harlem Children's Zone Project, the Beacons also have a holistic "whatever it takes" approach to meeting the needs of the surrounding community. Services are provided free to the public. The Booker T. Washington Beacon program is located in MS 54 on West 107th Street. In 2007 it served 1,500 residents, including 1,100 young people. It serves elementary- and middle-school students and brings the local community together through special events. In addition to its wide range of education, arts and recreation programs, the program has been busy building out its Moving Forward program, which targets young men and women who are no longer in school, but not fully employed. Moving Forward works with young people so they can obtain a high-school equivalency degree and then go on to a vocational school or other higher-learning institutions.
HARLEM'S ZONE, INC. BEACON 54

HARLEM'S ZONE, INC. BEACON 54

New York, NY 10025 | (212) 866-0700
The Harlem Children's Zone Beacon programs turn school buildings into community centers, offering programs during the afternoon, evening and weekend. They offer programs for youth and adults – from education to the arts to recreation. Each summer, they offer all-day camp so children have a safe, enriching place to spend their time instead of hanging out on the street. Like our Harlem Children's Zone Project, the Beacons also have a holistic "whatever it takes" approach to meeting the needs of the surrounding community. Services are provided free to the public. The Booker T. Washington Beacon program is located in MS 54 on West 107th Street. In 2007 it served 1,500 residents, including 1,100 young people. It serves elementary- and middle-school students and brings the local community together through special events. In addition to its wide range of education, arts and recreation programs, the program has been busy building out its Moving Forward program, which targets young men and women who are no longer in school, but not fully employed. Moving Forward works with young people so they can obtain a high-school equivalency degree and then go on to a vocational school or other higher-learning institutions.
Harlem's Zone/P.S. 197

Harlem's Zone/P.S. 197

New York, NY 10037 | (212) 283-0868
The Harlem Children's Zone Beacon programs turn school buildings into community centers, offering programs during the afternoon, evening and weekend. They offer programs for youth and adults – from education to the arts to recreation. Each summer, they offer all-day camp so children have a safe, enriching place to spend their time instead of hanging out on the street. Like our Harlem Children's Zone Project, the Beacons also have a holistic "whatever it takes" approach to meeting the needs of the surrounding community. Services are provided free to the public. The Booker T. Washington Beacon program is located in MS 54 on West 107th Street. In 2007 it served 1,500 residents, including 1,100 young people. It serves elementary- and middle-school students and brings the local community together through special events. In addition to its wide range of education, arts and recreation programs, the program has been busy building out its Moving Forward program, which targets young men and women who are no longer in school, but not fully employed. Moving Forward works with young people so they can obtain a high-school equivalency degree and then go on to a vocational school or other higher-learning institutions.
KIPP Infinity Charter School

KIPP Infinity Charter School

New York, NY 10027 | (212) 991-2600
From the first day of kindergarten, our team and family teaches our students the academic and character skills needed to graduate from the college of their choice. Our approach nurtures our students’ abilities to solve real world problems, ignites a love of love learning, and builds a community where students celebrate each other’s success. Students are even taught sign language as a way for all to communicate calmly and respectfully. Our goal is that not only will every child perform academically on grade level, but also sing, dance, play sports, and explore the arts to keep them happy, healthy, and well-rounded.
KIPP S.T.A.R College Prep Charter School

KIPP S.T.A.R College Prep Charter School

New York, NY 10027 | (212) 991-2650
Our students participate in a broad academic, cultural, and character program that sets them on a path to success to and through college. In addition to rigorous classroom instruction, we offer athletics, African dance, drama, martial arts, and Afro-Caribbean drumming electives that spark new interests, develop new skills, and bring pride to the school and joy to the classroom. Our approach builds the character strengths that students need to be successful in college and in their lives beyond the classroom.
Light House After School Program/ PS 1

Light House After School Program/ PS 1

New York, NY 10013 | (212) 219-8813
Our Lighthouse has been many things to many of our past and present students. For some of our former graduates it has been a second home - a retreat to find solace and comfort. For some others, our school has come to symbolize the beginning, an early foundation to rely on as they reach new heights. And for a few others, Lighthouse has even been a place of mirth and merriment, providing memories full of laughter and joy.
LIGHTHOUSE PRESCHOOL

LIGHTHOUSE PRESCHOOL

New York, NY 10013 | (212) 219-8813
Lighthouse Preschool, Inc. was founded in 2001 when our teachers had the ambitious idea of guiding children through their early years of life in a preschool setting.  We welcome children as young as 2 years old to 6 years old and provide them with everything they need to succeed and thrive in school – love, encouragements, social interactions with children their ages, and a variety of basic school skills. We are very proud of all of our students who have passed through our doors as we watch them graduate from preschool and move on to kindergarten in public school.  What makes the teachers very proud of our students is the knowledge that we have best prepared our students for what they may face in public school and years to come. All of our teachers are chosen for their warmth, education, and experience and had a huge impact on our students. In order for them to be hired, they must complete a thorough application, screening, and training process, complying with Lighthouse’s standards and local government regulations before being placed in the classroom.
LIGHTHOUSE PRESCHOOL INC. @ LIGHTHOUSE AFTERSCHOOL--PS 124

LIGHTHOUSE PRESCHOOL INC. @ LIGHTHOUSE AFTERSCHOOL--PS 124

New York, NY 10002 | (212) 219-8813
For over ten years, Lighthouse Preschool Inc. and its trained staff have been educating young children and preparing them for their future academic careers. As a Christian institution, we share God's patience and love with all our students in hopes to cultivate their intelligence and self-esteem while nurturing a sense of love, respect, and responsibility.
Midtown West Extended Day @PS 212

Midtown West Extended Day @PS 212

New York, NY 10036 | (212) 247-0208
Through collaborative work, we are able to share leadership, promote excellence, and directly impact the lives of children and families. Everyone is well versed in the mission statement: Creating conditions in which all children are prepared to learn and succeed in a multicultural community can only be achieved by forming partnerships among school, family, and community. At Midtown West, we seek to carry out this mission by taking individual and collective responsibility for developing and addressing the human potential of our children.
My Little School

My Little School

New York, NY 10007 | (212) 566-6764
My Little School is an warm & loving preschool in Tribeca, whose mission is to provide a nurturing environment where children can grow and develop emotionally, cognitively and physically. Based on the knowledge that the formative years of early childhood are vitally important, each child is viewed as a seed that we nurture with the utmost care. Our carefully crafted program is designed to provide children with the early foundation and framework necessary for the transition to elementary school and beyond. Children learn to develop the literacy, numeracy, reasoning, and decision making skills that form a foundation for school readiness. In addition, children learn socialization skills, build self-confidence and develop the preliminary skills to explore and experience their world independently.  Jewish values and traditions are woven naturally through all of our disciplines so that they become both a meaningful and treasured part of each child's experience. Some examples are: respect for others, kindness, being a constructive member of a community and tzedakah.  Our educational approach is guided by our recognition and respect for the unique qualities of each child. We recognize that each child has his or her unique needs, interests and passions. Our children are viewed as collaborators: they are competent, curious, inquisitive, unique, and creative. Each child who enters the school becomes a treasured member of our My Little School family.
NEW YORK JUNIOR TENNIS LEAGUE, INC. @ PS 187

NEW YORK JUNIOR TENNIS LEAGUE, INC. @ PS 187

New York, NY 10040 | (347) 417-8162
he Aces Club After-School Programs: offer year-round activities, grounded in tennis, to under-served New York City schools to promote academic enrichment and valuable life skills. Programs are funded by the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS).
NORTHSIDE CTR FOR CHILD DEV. ASP

NORTHSIDE CTR FOR CHILD DEV. ASP

New York, NY 10029 | (212) 426-3400
Northside Center fosters the healthy development of children and families and seeks to empower them to respond constructively to negative societal factors including racism and its related consequences. Through comprehensive, high quality mental health and educational services, coupled with research, children and families are aided in developing to their full potential.
NYC Mission Society @Adventures In Learning ASP/PS 175

NYC Mission Society @Adventures In Learning ASP/PS 175

New York, NY 10030 | (212) 283-0426
New York City Mission Society helps children, youth,and families in New York City’s poorest neighborhoods transcend the ills of poverty and create a cycle of success for generations to come. We have a dynamic portfolio of education, workforce development, prevention,and youth development and community-building programs. This year New York City Mission Society will provide services to more than 7,000 youth and families in Harlem,the Bronx, and Brooklyn.
NYC Mission Society @Wadleigh HS

NYC Mission Society @Wadleigh HS

New York, NY 10026 | (212) 674-3500
New York City Mission Society helps children, youth,and families in New York City’s poorest neighborhoods transcend the ills of poverty and create a cycle of success for generations to come. We have a dynamic portfolio of education, workforce development, prevention,and youth development and community-building programs. This year New York City Mission Society will provide services to more than 7,000 youth and families in Harlem,the Bronx, and Brooklyn.
Play Study Win, Inc - Inwood Academy

Play Study Win, Inc - Inwood Academy

New York, NY 10034 | (718) 755-6206
Our Mission Empower students in Inwood and Washington Heights to become agents for change through community-focused leadership, character development and college preparedness. Our Vision We regard our students as burgeoning assets to their community and are prepared to help them develop the leadership tools they need to be successful in college and beyond.
Serious Fun After School, Inc @ Chelsea Prep

Serious Fun After School, Inc @ Chelsea Prep

New York, NY 10001 | (646) 415-8901
Serious Fun After School, Inc. is a non profit corporation dedicated to providing arts enrichment during out of school time at affordable rates so that our children have the opportunity to participate in the best that New York has to offer. The purpose of this corporation is to provide our community with the best quality child care for school-age children during out of school time; to provide the children in our care comprehensive enrichment opportunities in the visual and performing arts; to provide these services at minimal or no cost to the families. Serious Fun is registered with the State of New York as a licensed School Age Child Care. As a registered child care provider, the cost of the Serious Fun program and transportation can be deducted from federal income taxes for families that qualify. Click here for information on the Child Care Tax Deduction. Click here for information on using employer Dependent Care Savings Accounts to pay for your child care expenses.
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