Accreditations | Child Care & Learning Centers in Indiana
Our child care and learning centers in Indiana exhibit the highest level of quality by being state licensed, nationally accredited and a Level 4 (the highest rating) on the State’s Paths to Quality Rating Scale. Becoming a Level 4 learning center requires regular visits from a quality advisor to verify the highest level of teacher certification and training, and a variety of best practices as outlined by state early childhood educators and regulators. Achieving national accreditation is the final step to becoming a Level 4 learning center.
Contact a staff member or request a tour of our child care and learning centers to learn more about our early learning programs for toddlers. Request a tour of our learning centers in Carmel, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, or Westfield, Indiana to learn about our hands-on curriculum and educational opportunities.
Contact our staff with questions about our child care and early learning centers in Indiana.
Our national accreditor, NECPA (National Early Childhood Program Accreditation), has recognized excellence in our program by having independent observers verify the quality of our program according to national standards. These observers verified that our centers:
NECPA accreditation is available ONLY to LICENSED centers. As a parent, you have the opportunity to choose who provides care for your loved ones. To learn more about the NECPA accreditation and what this says about our program visit NECPA.net.
Have questions? Contact any one of our Abacus centers.
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