Best Child Care Centers in Austin

Finding quality child care is one of the top priorities for new parents. With so many options out there, it’s sometimes difficult to figure out what’s the best fit for you and your family.
HiMama has compiled a list of the top daycares in Austin. This list has been ranked using Google Reviews online data from other parents. All centers offer tours of their facilities for parents to get a feel for their space and meet some staff members. Research is key to understanding your options and narrowing down the best preschool for your child.

Country Home Learning Center – North Austin

Country Home Learning Center

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Country Home Learning Center prides themselves on providing an incredible state-of-the-art facility that is both a safe and exciting environment. The offer infant, toddler, preschool and before/after school programs. The staff at this center are celebrated for their excellent parent communication.

Lil’ Angels Day Care Center

Lil Angels Day Care Center

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Lil’ Angels Daycare offers a loving, nurturing and structured environment where kids have a chance to learn, grow, have fun and express their creativity. The staff prides themselves on offering personal one-on-one attention. The child care options are reasonably priced and conveniently located in Central Austin. The center has been in operations for over 20 years, and all staff are first-aid and CPR Certified.

Prodigy Child Development Center


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Prodigy has a long-standing relationship with IBM and Austin Diagnostic Clinic (ADC) to whom they offer preferential pricing. For those whose employer is not listed in a KinderCare Learning Center Care Select program, please ask your Human Resources Manager to find out how they may qualify for this amazing program. This center is located next door to Austin Diagnostic Clinic and across from the Renaissance Women’s Medical Center.

Children’s Center of Austin

Children's Center of Austin

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The Children’s Center of Austin offers a varied educational environment in which children continually learn new skills and accomplish new goals – all the factors that make early childhood education fun and establish the keys to future success. The curriculum design at The Children’s Center of Austin is developmentally based and focuses on the individual child’s social, emotional, and intellectual needs. The staff encourages team individual exploration and growth in a well-equipped environment that is stimulating, safe, consistent, and nurturing.

North Oaks Country – Child Development Center


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North Oaks Country is a 32 year old locally owned one-of-a-kind childcare facility nestled on 1.3 acres just off Anderson Mill Rd. They offer a non-corporate environment for our outstanding students to learn and flourish as they get prepared for a bright future. N.O.C. is a fully licensed childcare facility open weekdays 6:45 am to 6:15 pm. North Oaks Country offers a stimulating, nurturing, academic environment for children 18 months through elementary after school care.

The International Immersion Center (INIC)

The International Immersion Center (INIC)

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The International Immersion Center (INIC) collaborates with parents in the education of their child, offering a safe and stimulating environment where kids have fun while developing motor, intellectual, emotional, and language skills. INIC is a Spanish immersion preschool educating children three months to five years old. This list is non-exhaustive intended as a guide for parents looking for child care in Austin. Here are more resources to help your search:

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Savannah Copland

Savannah Copland is a Marketing Manager at HiMama. She has been working for over 3 years in the early childhood education space, and feels incredibly fortunate to have met, interviewed, and worked closely with registered early childhood educators, thought leaders and researchers during that time. She is particularly interested in finding novel ways for child care centers to market themselves and bolster their enrollment. She loves cats, and always needs at least one toy on her desk to fidget with!

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