Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County

Child Care

Let CCAC Help You with
Your Child Care Needs

Conveniently located on each of the college’s four campuses, CCAC’s Child Development Centers offer top-notch child care, educational and cultural enrichment opportunities and exceptional value. Our centers are fully licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

View the Child Development Center fact sheet

     

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Find the 2014 extended hours and new rates.

CCAC’s centers provide an educational program following the guidelines of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the PA Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Each center is staffed by experienced, certified teachers who work to provide a safe, welcoming and nurturing environment where each child is given the attention he/she needs to thrive in a group environment.

 Beyond Child Care: A Curriculum Designed for Early Learning Success

In accordance with the Child Development Center philosophy, CCAC provides a curriculum that includes many opportunities for children to make their own choices among various learning areas in the classroom, as well as daily teacher planned activities in language, math, science, art and music. These activities cover a range of fine motor and gross motor development skills.


For more information on CCAC’s Child Development Centers contact one of our knowledgeable staff members: 

Allegheny Campus:
Boyce Campus:
North Campus:
South Campus:

     
412.237.6512
724.325.6677
412.369.3722
412.469.6249
   

“I only have great things to say about CCAC’s Child Development Centers. Both of my children attended and every day I saw how they flourished under the gentle encouragement of the skilled and caring teachers. I believe the fact that my children were exposed to such a high level of quality education led to their lifelong love of learning and their acceptance into the college of their choice.”

S. Kelley, CCAC Child Development Center Parent