The Children's Paradise Early Learning and Infant Center broke ground on Monday in Oceanside.
Children’s Paradise, now with its fourth location on the way in San Diego County, aspires to educate infants to children five years of age to prepare them for kindergarten.
Children’s Paradise hopes to better the children’s future and create “another successful generation and ultimately improve the entire community” by giving the children the tools they need at an early age.
Enrollment in the center comes at little to no cost for families.
The center partners with the Quality Preschool Initiative which is funded by First 5 San Diego, the San Diego County Office of Education, MAAC, Head Start and the Smarty Patch Foundation.
The new Learning Center will be located at 2017 Mission Ave. in Oceanside.