Youth Education Center
Our Newtown-based Youth Education Center offers programs for children age 6 weeks through to Kindergarten.
Why the Newtown Youth Education Center?
- Infant and Toddler programs for age 6 weeks - age 2
- Traditional classroom programs for age 2-1/2 through kindergarten
- FREE youth membership for all students enrolled in our year-round programs.
- State Licensed
- Keystone STARS
- Certified Teachers with appropriate screenings and clearances
- Secure, locked facility
- Financial Assistance available
- Child Care Works (CCW) subsidy through the Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) accepted
Youth Education Center located in:
99 Barclay Street
Newtown, PA 18940
YOUTH EDUCATION CENTER AT A GLANCE
Children 6 weeks through age 5
Y Financial Assistance accepted
Staff & Resources:
Enthusiastic, well-trained, accredited staff and educators
Students enrolled and currently attending the preschool receive an automatic youth membership to the Y. The membership allows students to participate in programs at the Y including sports, fitness and
Join us for the summer with Preschool Summer Explorers!
- For age 3 to 5
- Flexible AM and full day schedules with two, three or five days per week schedules available
- Register for the weeks you need (must register for at least four weeks) with weekly scheduling available
Mixof indoor and outdoor activities
- Weekly themes
Register for Summer Explorers: Visit the YEC in-person. Contact Amy to schedule your appointment!
INFANT AND TODDLER PROGRAMS
Ages 6 weeks - age 2 | Our programs for Infants and Toddlers feature low, child to adult ratios and the type of care parents have come to expect from YMCA staff. Our classrooms include cribs, changing tables and individualized care for children.
Central Bucks Family YMCA Youth Education Center offers programs for children 3 years to Kindergarten. The Preschool builds on a child's natural desire to learn new things and become more self-reliant. Getting along with other children, sharing, taking turns and working in a group are a natural part of playing games or learning a new craft.