Since we opened our 1st facility in downtown Winston-Salem in 1992, A Child's World Learning Center has offered exceptional caring, teaching and loving to more than 3,000 area kids through what are now four learning centers in Winston-Salem 2, Advance and Clemmons.

Contact Details

  City Clemmons, NC
  Zip Code 27012
  Address 2005 Lewisville Clemmons Rd
  Phone Number (336) 766-8222

From Our Website

Our mission is to provide a safe, nurturing environment with a quality development program that meets the needs of the whole child, as an individual, so that he or she becomes a life-long learner. Our preschool/education centers are licensed and regulated by the Division of Child Development of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Our professional educators are carefully chosen based on their education, professionalism and experience. To be the early childhood education provider of choice, shaping children into life-long learners through excellence in teaching and positive partnerships with families and our community.

We are advocates for children, believing that the first five years of a child's life are crucial for their development as happy, healthy individuals. Children are praised and celebrated for their individual strategies and efforts. We love children and children love us! A Child's World Learning Centers' instructors are carefully chosen based on their education, professionalism and experience. Our qualified team of early childhood educators strive to enhance each child's natural curiosity and love for learning.

When it comes to our youngest children, the focus is on child-specific care and maintaining the critical routines of activity, feeding, changing and rest. This carefully planned interaction between early childhood education provider and infant fosters "teachable moments" during which the child can pursue their most basic cognitive and physical developmental milestones. By creating an environment that is safe, clean and loving, we seek to meet the unique emotional needs of each child while encouraging and facilitating both basic mobility (rolling over, holding their head up, sitting up, crawling, etc.) as well as sensory responsiveness (tracking with their eyes, cooing, babbling, etc.).