Contra Costa College Early Learning Center

San Pablo, CA

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Type: 
Preschool
DSS Facility License #: 
Owner: 
Contra Costa College
510.235.7800 x4370 or 510-215-4885
Location: 
San Pablo
94806
Mission Bell Dr.
Maximum Capacity: 
103
Language(s) Spoken: 
English
Ages Served: 
33 months - 60 months
Hours: 
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
Affiliation: 
College/University-run
Editors' Notes: 

Parent Reviews

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Our daughter has been enrolled at the ELC for almost 6 months. We could not be happier with our experience here. The staff are dedicated and truly care about all of the children. We (and others) noticed the difference in our daughter after just a couple of months. She is much happier and more self confident, plus she is learning so much. We toured many facilities and chose this one over some that cost significantly more (despite cost not being a major factor in our decision). Please note that they are now accepting children younger than published here or on their website (2 years I think). Another very happy ELC mom!

Archived Q&A and Reviews


April 2014

The Early Learning Center at a Contra Costa College in San Pablo, CA (ELC) has openings for children starting a 2.9 to 5. My son has been at the ELC for 3 years . We have been very happy with the support, loving welcome he gets each day and the classroom curricula. Parents get 3 sessions per school year to see how your child is doing in their class and all the teachers are always available to chat about your kids progress or day. There is lots of imaginative play and great outside play yard full of different kinds of activities including a community garden! ELC is great and the monthly tuition is very affordable. Call or visit to learn more. 510-215-4885 Happy ELC Mom


March 2003

Re: Part-time preschool in El Cerrito or Richmond

Check Contra Costa Community College Preschool. They have a Montesori and regular preschool. I was paying $2.5 a hour because I was not a student. However, if you are a student you pay less. Good luck. Norma