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In business since: 2014
Total Employees: 2-10
Awards & Accreditations
NYS Certified Personnel, MAT Certified Personnel, CPR Certified, and Spanish Speaking Staff.

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Program Details

Child Care Center/Day Care Center
Preschool (or Nursery School or Pre-K)
Additional Details
Emergency backup care
Summer care / camp
Developmental (Play-Based)
Teacher/Student Ratio:
Program Capacity:

Cost & Availability

Class Type Rate Rate Type Availability *
Toddler $ 260 per week --
Preschool $ 260 per week --
Pre-K $ 260 per week --
*availability last updated on 04/30/2019
Full Time (5 days/wk)
Part Time (1-4 days/wk)
Half-Day (Morning)
Half-Day (Afternoon)
Extended Care (Before School)
Extended Care (After School)
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Ratings & Reviews

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Personally, I think that if you have a child like mine that was going through a transition this center is probably not a good idea. Even if you have child that is not well behaved I advise you to look for another place. If you fit their mold you'll fit in and shouldn't have a problem. Otherwise, they might make your child feel like mine not liked or loved or accepted, labelled as a special needs simply because he's having a hard time adjusting. They lack the understanding, the love to truly help children like him. If they can't go about their routine the child becomes a problem and once that happens "they just won't know what to do with him". They don't even try. This is how I felt at least. It was my experience with them.
Once, I transitioned my son back to his old school temporarily all the behavior that I was told had him removed from the school stopped and he returned to normal, a little energetic but he's behaving, not hitting, no biting, no "spitting". He's doing his classwork. He stopped crying about going to school, he's excited to go again. He's back in a truly loving environment and it shows and as a mother you realize that yes, your child might have been a problem yes, he might have been difficult but something at this center gave me the gut feeling that their methods were perhaps contributing to my child being more frustrated.
Honestly, my mistake was not going with my gut and removing my son from Young Achievers after I felt he wasn't liked and again when my child mentioned he felt he wasn't liked or loved. For your three year old to tell you that really means something and I should have listened. I told myself he just needed more time to adjust, to get used to the new school, the new faces, the new everything. After this experience, I won't make that mistake again.
Reply from Young Achievers Learning Center
Good Afternoon,
As I stated before, I do not enjoy having the type of conversation exchange regarding your child. It is a very sensitive topic for everyone. I am sorry we could not provide the one to one attention needed for your child to ensure the safety of all the children within the classroom.

We were very compassionate, sensitive and professional to your situation. We wished and wish you and your family the best!
Before enrolling my baby girl in Young Achievers Learning Center I visited 10 other centers in the area where I live, as well as where I work. And I do not regret having selected YALC for my baby girl. The staff are unique and dedicated. Teachers pay attention to the needs of children, know when something is happening to them, when something bothers them or when they do not feel well. It is a clean, organized and educational place. It is not a simple child care center, it is a place where children learn new skills, respect, discipline, promote growth and most of all they treat children as they are, "children". They treat them with love and respect. My baby girl loves the teachers and always talks about them back home and in the morning ask if she is going to see the teacher "today". The center has a warm atmosphere. Every month the children have different activities. Young Achiever Learning Center has become the second home for my baby girl.
How do we say "good bye"?

You know, I think as parents, everything we encounter with our children, is by Faith. God gives us the gift of creating human life and making sure that it flourishes. So everything is a question... "am I doing the right thing?" is one that we all encounter each and every time. But as much research and investigating that we do, it's not 100% guaranteed, nothing is ever set in stone, and you're never REALLY sure of what the outcome is going to be, you just have to have Faith and leave it up to God.
Well, today, on my son's last day of daycare, I thank God that he led me to Young Achievers Learning Center. Mrs. Natalie, Mrs. Gloria, Mrs. Jackie, Mrs. Maria, & the rest of the staff are truly angels in disguise. So, how do I say "goodbye"?!
The care, the love, the support, the encouragement, the second chances, the honesty, the empathy, the sincerety, the generosity, it all boils down to one thing... Passion. Their passion is evident! You hear so many stories of bad things that happen to like kids in daycares, in schools, with babysitters, with family members, etc., and I, thankfully, never had to worry. Some people say, "well, in the end they're getting paid" as if to say that what these women do, is about money. But it's not. They do so much that isn't required of them. And it's not easy to care for 20 2-3year olds. When I sit down to think of everything that they have to deal with, I arrive to the conclusion that they have an over abundance of patience.
But, just how do I say "goodbye"? We're going to pray for them. We're going to pray and ask God to grant them all of the things that I wish for myself, for my husband, and for my children. There's NOTHING that I can say or give that truly shows how appreciative we are or that even COMPARES to what they have done in the past 3 years. These women are our family, and my son was highly favored to have them give him the foundation of a great education and love. So, sadly we will say goodbye, for now, and conclude this chapter. Thank you ladies, we will truly miss you.
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