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On-Site Child Care

Stanford has eight on-site early education and child care centers that serve children in the Stanford community ranging in age from infants to age 8. All established centers are NAEYC accredited and offer the highest level of care, supervision and education.

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Child Care Centers

Infant Through Preschool

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Stock Farm Road Children's Center (SFRCC) 

183 Stock Farm Road, Stanford, CA 94305 | 650-736-8465 | MONDAY - FRIDAY 6:30 A.M. - 6:30 P.M.

Stacey Adams | DIRECTOR | STAdams@CCLC.COM

KATHY MUDGE | ENROLLMENT COORDINATOR | KMUDGE@CCLC.COM

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Stock Farm Road Children’s Center (SFRCC) serves children ages 8 weeks to 5 years and has an enrollment capacity of 118 children. SFRCC is open to Stanford University affiliates and Stanford Hospital/LPCH affiliates. Enrollment priority is given to faculty, clinician educators, students and postdocs, university staff, employees of Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health, respectively.


Stanford Arboretum Children's Center (SACC)

Stanford Arboretum Children's Center (SACC)

215 Quarry Road, Stanford, CA 94305 | 650-725-6322 | Monday - Friday 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m

Allison Monroe | Director | Mamonroe@cclc.com

kathy mudge | enrollment coordinator | kmudge@cclc.com

The Stanford Arboretum Children's Center (SACC) serves children ages 8 weeks to 5 years and has an enrollment capacity of 138 children. SACC is open to Stanford University affiliates and Stanford Hospital/LPCH affiliates.  Enrollment priority is given to faculty, students & postdocs, university staff, employees of Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health, respectively.


CCLC at Stanford West

CCLC at Stanford West

625 Clark Way, Palo Alto, CA 94304 | 650-723-8700 | Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Heather Vise | Director | hvise@cclc.com

kathy mudge | enrollment coordinator | kmudge@cclc.com

CCLC at Stanford West is located in the Stanford West Apartments. It serves children ages 6 weeks to 5 years and has an enrollment capacity of 106 children.  CCLC at Stanford West is open to affiliates of Stanford University and Stanford Hospital/LPCH.  Enrollment priority is given to Stanford West Apartments’ residents, faculty, students & postdocs, university staff, employees of Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health, respectively.


Children's Center of Stanford Community

Children's Center of Stanford Community (CCSC)

685 Pampas Lane, Stanford, CA  94305 | 650-853-3090 | Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m - 6:00 p.m.

Caren Gans | Director | caren@ccsc-parentcoop.org

hope flamenco | Enrollment coordinator | HOPE@CCSC-PARENTCOOP.ORG

The Children’s Center of the Stanford Community (CCSC) is a non-profit parent participation program serving children ages 8 weeks to 5 years and has a capacity of 144 children.  Parents may participate in their child’s classroom for a reduced tuition fee.  Enrollment priority is given to faculty, students & postdocs, and university staff, respectively.


Stanford Madera Grove Children's Center

Stanford Madera Grove Children's Center

751 Olmsted Road, Stanford, CA  94305 |  650-721-6632 | Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Kadie Dianda | Director | Kdianda@cclc.com

kathy mudge | enrollment coordinator | kmudge@cclc.com

Stanford Madera Grove Children’s Center has a capacity of 200 children ages 8 weeks to 5 years.  Enrollment priority is given to faculty, students & postdocs, and university staff, respectively.


Preschool Through School Age

Rainbow School

Rainbow School at Escondido Village

140 Comstock Circle, Stanford, CA 94305 | 650-723-0217 | Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Natalie Seer | Director | nseer@stanford.edu

 Application

Rainbow School is a parent cooperative preschool for children ages 2.9 years to 5 years old, and has an enrollment capacity of 27 children.  Rainbow is designed to meet the needs of international Stanford graduate student families living on campus in Escondido Village (EV) and offers waiting list priority and reduced tuition to residents of EV.  Rainbow’s second priority group is Stanford students, faculty, staff and postdocs.  Other community members have third priority for enrollment.


Pepper Tree After School Program

Pepper Tree After School Program at Escondido Village

865 Escondido Road, Stanford, CA 94305 | 650-723-3646 | Monday - Friday 12 p.m. - 5:5o p.m.

Susi Steiner | Director | ssteiner@stanford.edu

 Application   Summer Camp Application

Pepper Tree After School Program located in Escondido Village, serves children in kindergarten through second grade (5 to 8 years old) and provides a high quality mix of play and enrichment at their on-campus facility.  Pepper Tree is open to Stanford University affiliates, primarily serving families of graduate students. Priority and reduced tuition rates are given to residents of Escondido Village. Spring break care, summer camp and occasional full day care options are also available when Escondido School is closed. Pepper Tree has an enrollment capacity of 20, and the schedule matches the Escondido Elementary School bell schedule and calendar.

 


 

Bing Nursery School

Bing Nursery School

850 Escondido Road, Stanford, CA 94305 | 650-723-4865 |

Bing Nursery School is operated by the Stanford Psychology Department. Visit their website for more information.


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