Childtime Children's Center
Founded in 1967 as a division of Gerber Products Corporation, Childtime Learning Centers has grown to a network of more than 275 locations.
We offer child care, preschool, kindergarten and school-age education services to children, infancy through 12 years.
Our schools are located across the country with a number operated in hospitals, corporations, government facilities and office parks.
Currently, Childtime has nearly 25,000 children enrolled nationwide. The children are cared for and educated by approximately 5,000 dedicated directors and staff.
Our home-like setting and safe, comfortable environment make Childtime the perfect place for children to play, laugh and discover.
Childtime is a subsidiary of Learning Care Group, Inc., the second largest for-profit provider of early childhood care and education services in the United States.
We are the international leader in child education and family solutions, which impact and inspire lifelong learning.
To develop innovative Learning Care solutions which enable us to grow the number of children and families served and to be recognized as the premier child and family education corporation in the world.
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 48%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
Finances and Admission
None / Rolling
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