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Cherry Preschool
1418 Lake St, Evanston, IL 60201
Cherry Preschool has offered quality care and education to children since 1993. Located in a quiet residentialMore neighborhood in central Evanston, the school features a special class for children whose home language is Spanish. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
Puerta Abierta Preschool
933 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL 60202
This non-profit school provides children with the chance to enrich their language and enjoy cross-cultural development.More The curriculum is geared toward the development of fluency and literacy in English and Spanish.
Unity Church on the North Shore
3434 Central St, Evanston, IL 60201
Unity Church on the North Shore is located on Central St., west of Hunter Rd. Weekly worship services are held everyMore Sunday at 10:30am, with Sunday-school classes for preschool though high-school-aged kids and nursery services for the youngest members. Study groups and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are offered at the church during the week.
St. Joan of Arc Church
9248 Lawndale Ave, Evanston, IL 60203
St. Joan of Arc Church is overseen by Father James Kehoe. In addition to worship services, it offers study groups andMore choir membership. It is active in the local community through Habitat for Humanity and soup kitchen volunteer work. It has a school for children between preschool and 8th grade. 
Evanston Hospital Child Development Center
1000 Central St, Evanston, IL 60201
The Evanston Hospital Child Development Center is located within the NorthShore University HealthSystem facilities atMore the intersection of Ridge Avenue and Central Street. This child care center is open to the community and accepts infants through preschoolers. All staffers are trained in First Aid and CPR.
Child Care Center of Evanston
1840 Asbury Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Child Care Center of Evanston provides full- or half-day preschool and infant and toddler programs for those in theMore Evanston area. The Center utilizes the Montessori Method and promotes "learning through play." Founded in 1944, the center provides a positive environment for children from all socioeconomic backgrounds and seeks to enrich the children's lives. The children spend the day in classrooms inside the center, a playground and the garden area. 
Total Child
516 Church St, Evanston, IL 60201
Total Child, located within First Methodist Church of Evanston, is a nonsectarian preschool that provides morning andMore full-day programs for children ages 2-4. A summer explorers program is available for children ages 2-5. The facilities include five classrooms, an indoor gym, a fenced playground and a library.  Total Child operates by the philosophy that children learn through activity and hands-on experiences; a positive environment inspires success. Admission is determinded through a lottery system and financial aid and fee assistance can be given to those in need. 
Reba Early Learning Center
740 Custer Ave, Evanston, IL 60202
Reba Early Learning Center offers preschool services to children aged two to five, and features a unique, project-basedMore curriculum that follows the natural interests and curiousity of the students. For example, a project on water might lead to explorations of plants, freezing and condensation, or river and ocean systems depending on the questions the students come up with. This system encourages and celebrates childrens' natural curiosity about the world, and teaches them the value of exploring, experimenting and learning. In addition, the Center has a strong multi-cultural and anti-bias philospohy, encouraging children to celebrate all people. 
Beth Emet Synagogue
1224 Dempster St, Evanston, IL 60202
Beth Emet is a free synagogue. Weekly worship services and religious education programs are available for people of allMore ages.   The Synagogue's NAEYC-certified early childhood education program is designed for children as young as one year and as old as five years, while religious education is offered to students in preschool through the 12th grade.  The Beth Emet synagogue is also active in the community and hosts adult education classes encouraging the development of the individual as a spiritual, social and political being capable of improving not only the local community but the global-social landscape.