Children's Learning Center

The Children's Learning Center is located on the north side of the Washington Campus and a new location on Montecito and 7th Street. Childcare services are available for students and employees. Flexible scheduling is offered by our trained, caring staff. To qualify, children must be ages 2 through 12, fully potty trained and provide the following information:
  • Up-to-date immunization records
  • Signed emergency notification card for each child
  • A copy of the child's birth certificate
  • Completed enrollment packet

The Children's Learning Center is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services and is D.E.S. authorized.

Activities & Benefits

Children gain the opportunity to:

  • Develop a positive self image
  • Develop and practice social skills
  • Think, reason, question and experiment
  • Develop the small muscles
  • Acquire language skills
  • Develop positive health, safety and nutritional habits
  • Express creativity
  • Learn to respect the cultural diversity of others
  • Learn self-help skills
  • Develop a sense of responsibility and independence
  • Participate in a structured, morning pre-school program and afternoon and evening learning activities
  • Enjoy a large, grassy playground area with swings, slides and climbing equipment
  • Use personal computers
  • Receive snack time treats


  • $15.00 non-refundable registration fee per semester
  • $2.25 - $3.00 per hour for MCCCD students based on number of hours scheduled
  • $3.25 - $4.00 per hour for MCCCD employees
  • Community care - varies based on program
  • Drop-in care - call for pricing and availability

Registration Dates

  • Fall semester registration for new children begins the 1st Monday in May.
  • Spring semester registration for new children begins the 1st Monday in December.
  • Summer Registration for new children begins the 1st Monday in April.

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