Preschool, After School, School Break and Summer Camps
Phase Family Learning Center is an industry leader in early childhood education, offering opportunities for children six weeks to twelve years of age. The premier programs include Infant and Toddler, Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten, After School and Summer Camps.
Our mission is to partner with families to create a better future through quality education, powerful experiences, incredible environments, and passionate staff.
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Take a peek at our Alpharetta, GA location. Whether kids are learning to cook in our kids kitchen, challenging themselves in our STEM room or drawing up something special in the art studio, they will have a blast while gaining the critical skills they need to succeed.
TWO EXCITING LOCATIONS
Our Alpharetta, GA location is part of a 62,000 square-foot facility that includes on-site coworking and events. Conveniently located only two minutes from GA 400 and Old Milton Parkway and just around the corner from The Avalon. Our Washington, DC location (opening Summer 2021) is part of an exciting renovation at Capital Turnaround. Conveniently located at the intersection of Capitol Hill, Navy Yard and Capitol Riverfront.
Programs That Go Beyond Daycare
Phase Family Learning Center provides a safe and warm environment where your child will learn to thrive. Featuring preschool, after school, school break camps and summer camps, this is daycare reimagined. Programs vary by location.
From six weeks old, your child will grow and learn with us in a loving and caring environment where parents are championed and imaginations are stretched!
Phase offers a place for your children to thrive after the school day ends. With pickup service from many local schools, Phase after school is a win-win for students and parents.
School Break Camps
No school? No problem! For school-aged children up to 12-years-old, Phase hosts day camps during many Spring Break and Teacher Planning days.
Phase is Family
From the Blog
Around Phase Family Learning Center you will often hear the phrase, “It’s just a phase, so don’t miss it.” Not only is every stage its own experience, but for parents