Valley Child Care and Learning Center is one of the leading providers of Phoenix child care services. We offer the highest quality childcare and early education programs available in the Phoenix metro area. Each of our 10 locations is a state-of-the-art child care facility with a charming, comfortable atmosphere and caring staff that will make your child feel welcome and safe. We are a family-owned business with a mission to provide your family with quality, affordable Phoenix day care services. Since our first early childhood learning center was established in 1968, Valley Child Care and Learning Centers have been at the forefront of infant day care, preschool and early education programs in Arizona.
At Valley Child Care and Learning Centers you will find that our commitment to high quality care and education shows in everything we do. Your child will receive the personal support and attention that is necessary to build trust and confidence. We know that selecting preschool, day care or infant care can be a challenge for concerned parents, and rightly so. The first years of life are critical to your child's long-term development, making your choice of an early childhood learning center one of the most vital decisions you will ever make as a parent. You will be assured that your child is receiving the best Phoenix child care services in a setting that nurtures his or her social, physical, emotional and intellectual development. Valley Learning Centers are certified DES child care and day care providers, and we are also currently enrolled in the Quality First program of the First Things First initiative.
With child care facilities locate in Phoenix, Chandler, Tempe, Surprise, El Mirage, Anthem and Glendale, there’s a Valley Child Care and Learning Center near you. Visit our locations page for rates and more information.
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