Children’s Village Childcare Center
The Villages is pleased to own and operate Children’s Village, a childcare center in southwest Indianapolis. For over 25 years Children’s Village has shared our commitment to supporting parents and creating environments in which children and families thrive. Our childcare professionals provide a safe space for children, ages 0 through Pre-K, to play, learn, discover, and grow.
Children’s Village provides a holistic, child-first education that combines individual creativity with group activities like gymnastics, nature walks, and time on the playground. A playful approach to learning is structured by curriculum and enriched by caring teachers who work to accommodate each child’s specific developmental needs.
Accreditations and Resources for Families
Children’s Village is proudly recognized as a Paths to Quality: Level 4 provider. Even more, Children’s Village is thankful to offer programs that support low-income families, such as Early Head Start and On My Way Pre-K, and to accept funding from the Childcare Development Fund (CCDF) recipients.
A creative approach to education and commitment to supporting families sets Children’s Village apart from other childcare programs. To learn more about how our team can serve your family, visit the Children’s Village website or contact Children’s Village today.
Frequently Asked Questions about Children’s Village
Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Indianapolis)
Classes are offered for the following age groups:
Infant (6 weeks to 1 year)
Toddler (walking infant to 2 years)
Preschool (3 to 4 years)
Pre-K (4 to 5 years)
Children are accepted into their age group classroom as space is available. Placement into the next age group is based on chronological age, developmental skills, and state guidelines. Children’s Village programs are offered to all children, without regard to race, color, sex, religion, ancestry, or national origin.
There is a nonrefundable fee of $50 for each enrollment.
A health examination, including immunizations, is required for each child prior to enrollment. All children must be up-to-date on all immunizations and have a Child Health Record Form completed by a physician before attending Children’s Village. All immunization records must be kept up-to-date by the parent or child care services may be terminated.
For more information or an enrollment packet, please call our center in Indianapolis at 317-821-9000. Visit our website to learn more about our curriculum, meet our teachers, and read about our accreditations.