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Early Childhood Programs

Forest Hills Child Care Center

Forest Hills Chilc Care Center student For more than 31 years, JCCA’s Forest Hills Child Care Center has been one of the community’s oldest and most trusted child care programs for children, ages 2-4. Our children thrive in a safe and nurturing environment while our professional, caring staff teaches a rich curriculum that promotes universal values based on Jewish stories, traditions, and culture.

Abbe Natanielov, Director

718-263-5730
natanielova@jccany.org

108-05 68th Road
Queens, NY 11375

FHCCC boy“JCCA day care is the best peace of mind a parent can have. I can go to work with full confidence that my son is in a caring, safe, educational, and fun environment. That peace of mind is priceless! In addition, my son adores his teachers, who are patient and loving. They have helped him be more patient with himself and more respectful to others.”  

—Alla D

What Makes Us Special?

Year-round, full-day program (Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.)

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Nutritious kosher breakfasts and snacks
Professional, bilingual staff (Russian, Hebrew, Spanish, Italian, Bukharian, Croatian, Farsi) - All Group teachers have Masters degrees
Small classes and individual attention
Enriched Jewish ambiance, where Jewish and human values are emphasized and Jewish holidays and Shabbat are celebrated

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Enriched educational curriculum – music, art, dance, science
Warm, homelike environment
Large outdoor space and matted playground
Special Jewish holiday celebrations and cultural activities
Universal Pre K (UPK) full-day program reviewed highly by the Department of Education

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Licensed by the New York City Department of Health
Children of ALL backgrounds are most welcome
All this AND our rates are competitive!
Need-based scholarships available.
Every Child Deserves to Grow Up Hopeful