Saint Paul College is one of the few metro Colleges which offers on-campus care for children 6 weeks of age to the first day of Kindergarten. Our child care/early learning center is available for students and staff of the College, and is operated by the highly regarded Children’s Home Society & Family Services (CHSFS) www.chsfs.org.
Children 6 weeks of age to the first day of Kindergarten.
7:00am - 5:30pm. Monday through Friday, year round.
Hours and days of operation are subject to change based on child care center enrollment and the College schedule. A copy of center closing dates and times will be given to parents at the time of enrollment.
Full-time, part-time and daily rates are available. The staff will work with you to explore funding options for child care.
Tours and Registration
Drop-in or call. There is a 15 minute parking area on the west side of the College for your convenience. Emergency and health forms are required prior to the child(ren)’s first day. Limited space available for each age group.
How to contact us
Call 651.846.1581, e-mail Child Care or drop by! More information about Children’s Home Society & Family Services is available on their Web site, www.chsfs.org.
While parents attend school, their children are being cared for in a licensed and accredited center by a professional team of early childhood educators. A primary goal of CHSFS is to provide age-appropriate learning and school-readiness skills to the children we serve. Learning takes place in a child focused environment where exceptional staff-to-child ratios help to ensure quality care.
Now called the Early Learning Center, the Center provides care that enhances the emotional, social, physical and intellectual development of each child and strives to help each child gain confidence and self-esteem while learning to function in a group. We believe that children learn through their play situations as well as through a structured environment.
The Center consists of three large rooms, as well as an outdoor, fenced play area for children. The staff are hired by CHSFS. Children receive breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. Parents are welcome to visit the center at any time and observe and/or participate in room activities.