Child Care Services in Lake Oswego, OR

Comprehensive list of Lake Oswego, Oregon child care providers - day care centers, nannies, babysitters, kindergartens and preschools. Read unbiased reviews. Get a quote.

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Welcome Since 1868 the YMCA of Columbia-Willamette inc. has provided a diverse array of quality, affordable programs that aid kids thrive and grow, inspire young people to lead, bring families closer together and encourage personal health and wellness. The Y is a volunteer-driven charitable nonprofit. Everyone is welcome, including you.


Grandma's Place Child Development Center's program is built on the philosophy that families are the primary and most important suppliers of care and nurturing for young kids. We believe parents and teachers are partners in kids's care and education and respect family's values and their right to make decisions for their kids. Two other locations: Rose Quarter 1730 N Flint 503-281-6800 and Center Village



Grand Opening September 20th, Tour days September 16,17,18 11am til 1pm ages 2-5yrs old (18mths & older please ask), small group, three openings now! Preschool pgrm for two hrs a day, "Free" parent night out,daily structered routines, and much more! Daycare is a safe, hazard free, smoke free, fire safety (3exixts), and child proof daycare. Teacher has 13 yrs experience with children, has two of her

  • Open Mon - Fri at 6am to no closing time Day and Night daycare all year daily Preschool-PreK

We're the biggest nonprofit supplier of quality, affordable child care in the community. YMCA Child Care operates early childhood development, school age and summer day camp programs. Hear what parents have to say. The well being of your child is #1. You can depend on us every day, so you can focus on the reason you need childcare - your job.


When you are thinking about leaving your child in someone else's care, you want to know that they have experience. Well, no one in the Portland area has more experience caring for kids than Fruit & Flower. That is just one of the reasons why we are one of the most respected child development centers in the area.


Grandma's Place Child Development Center's program is built on the philosophy that families are the primary and most important suppliers of care and nurturing for young kids. We believe parents and teachers are partners in kids's care and education and respect family's values and their right to make decisions for their kids.


We're a group of families who have come together to supply quality, part-time childcare for our kids. For majority of our kids, Eastside Family Co-op is their 1st early school knowledge and serves as a pre-preschool. Our kids are aged 18 months to about 4 years old when most kids move on to more traditional preschools in one huge, mixed-age classroom.