Why should you consider enrolling your child?

Children thrive when they are in a supervised learning environment where they socialize and learn with other children and engage in age-appropriate learning.

To begin the enrollment process, Call or visit

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What age can my child be?

Early learning makes a difference during the preschool years and beyond!

Whatever effort it takes to get your child, particularly your 3 to 5 year old into a developmentally appropriate early learning program will be worth it--you will see the benefits throughout your child's life. We can help you connect to programs for children aged between 0 and 10 years.

Find Services Nearby!

How Do I Find These Services? Easy!

Follow any button on this site to Find Services and you'll see a map that lets you pick your child's age, you can then see contact and enrollment information about services close to your home or work. You can call too!

Find Services & Enroll Now

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Early learning is power.

Services Provided By:

Bananas Inc
OUSD Sprout Early Education
Oakland Head Start
The Unity Project

Thanks to the following partners

City of Oakland Department of Human Services & Office of Children Youth and Families

Alameda County Community Action Partnership

Alameda County Early Care and Education Planning Council

Alameda County Public Health Department

Alameda County Social Services Agency

Alameda County WIC Agency

Alameda County WIC Agency

Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson

BANANAS Child Care Resource and Referral

BlueSkies for Children

City of Oakland Public Library

David and Lucile Packard Foundation

First 5 Alameda County

Mills College School of Education

Oakland Reads 2020

Oakland Unified School District Early Childhood Education Department

The San Francisco Foundation

UniversityNow/Patten University

The Unity Council Head Start

We appreciate the generosity of our supporters:

Kenneth Rainin Foundation
First Five Alameda County
Oakland Education Cabinet
East Bay Community Foundation

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Open Oakland
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