Located 2 miles west of Hackettstown, NJ
State Licensed Since 1973 - Certified and CPR Trained Teachers
What makes us Special...
Liberty Learning Center opened its
doors in 1973. We have been providing children a loving learning environment
ever since. We are state licensed for children ages 2-1/2 to 13 years old. This
allows us the opportunity to offer families Childcare, Pre-school,
Pre-Kindergarten, Before & After School and Summer Programs.
Our Center is located just west of
Hackettstown with easy access to Route 80. We are one mile east of the Great
Meadows School and have bus transportation to and from the school. Our
playground is vast and filled with equipment suitable for the youngest and the
oldest child. Throughout the seasons you can find us frolicking in our wading
pools, catching falling leaves, building snowmen, digging and watering our dirt
pile so it blooms into a wonderful and beautiful garden. Our rural 2-1/2 acres
provides your child with many opportunities to enjoy nature.
The front door of the Liberty
Learning Center is opened by a code. We are very strict about who we let in and
will never allow a child to go home with someone other than the parents, unless
we have written permission. Inside, our center expands to two large rooms with
enough space to accommodate all. Our front room is bordered with buckets
of instructional (but fun) to keep the interest of any aged child.
the Math Corner to our Computers, your children will find challenges and rewards
everyday. If a child wants to relax with a good book, our couches and footstools
will do the job. Our snack side and LEGO®
go hand in hand to make a comfortable setting. We provide two snacks daily and
will prepare your hot lunches in our microwaves. Our refrigerators are available
for those sending a cold packed lunch. On Fridays we order pizza and celebrate
the end of the week!
Our mission at Liberty Learning Center is to provide
comfort for all family members: the comfort our working parents need in
the knowledge that their children are being cared for in a safe and
nurturing way, and the unconditional day to day comfort children need to
make them secure and happy."