Call Us: 610-913-WCLC (9252)   /  /   55 North Brick Lane. Elverson, PA 19520

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© 2017, The Whole Child Learning Center, Inc.  All Rights Reserved .    Last Updated: September, 2013 (EOCP)

We are conveniently located on Route 23 in Chester County just a few minutes from the Morgantown exit of the PA turnpike. 

 Proudly serving families of Berks, Chester, Lancaster and surrounding counties.

Where Children receive Loving Care



As a caring parent, you want the best for your child.  The goal of The Whole Child Learning Center, Inc. is to provide a child care experience that delivers all of the encouragement and love that you and your child deserve.  The WCLC is making a difference in the lives of our families.  We believe that children are never too young to start learning.  Join our family and you will be well on your way to a positive school experience.  At The Whole Child Learning Center, Inc., your children will have just that!  We pride ourselves in offering a home away from home where children are excited about learning.  You will find a nurturing, educational environment for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age.  Programs include a young and older infant room, toddler rooms, preschool and prekindergarten programs, before and after school programs, and summer camp.  We recognize that each child has unique talents, learning styles and personalities.  Our highly qualified teachers and staff are committed to working with each child's individual needs.  Our learning programs are designed in accordance with High Reach Learning Curriculum to give your child the tools they need for future success.

We are proud to be a Keyston STARS 4 Site

Highest STARS rating!

Keystone STARS improves the quality of child care through:


  • Standards

  • Training

  • Assistance

  • Resources and

  • Support

                  Click above to learn why quality childcare is so important for your child!



Keystone STARS is an initiative of the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) to improve, support, and recognize the continuous quality improvement efforts of early learning programs in Pennslyvania.

The Keystone STARS Performance Standards provide the foundation for the program. The Performance Standards are grouped into four levels:


STAR 1, STAR 2, STAR 3, and STAR 4


Each level builds on the previous level and utilizes research-based practices to promote quality early learning environments and positive child outcomes, The standards address staff qualifications and professional development, the early learning program, partnerships with family and community, and leadership and management.

For more information regarding Keystone STARS please visit



Keystone STARS, quality childcare

Hours of Operation



We offer a variety of schedules so families will receive individualized attention upon dropping off and picking up their children. This allows us the opportunity to meet different families needs.

Give us a call:

610-913-WCLC (9252)


 or click here to inquire about childcare or schedule a tour


We are proud to be Nationally Accredited!


NECPA Accreditation is an important endeavor for a number of reasons.  Primarily, the self assessment process which involves parents, staff and program management encourages all to work together to reach for a higher level of quality.  This teamwork ultimately benefits our children.  Accreditation is a learning process and improvement tool.  Next, Accreditation helps parents locate high quality programs.  Accreditation is also valuable recognition awarded to deserving programs that choose to set themselves apart from the rest. 


The result of Accreditation is improved quality, both in the developmental program for young children and in the health and safety of the environment.  Because the NECPA  process involves the center management, teachers, and families, all growing as they reach for this higher level of quality, all benefit from the results. 


 NECPA puts enormous energy into providing a reliable and consistent Accreditation experience, a program that you can rely on to be structured around routine research and continuous evaluations.  The reward comes from seeing our program reach its maximum potential for our children, families, and staff. 


For more information and to learn what accreditation means to you and your child, please click below.