St. Paul's Childhood Center
Providing over 45 years of excellence
in early childhood education!
St. Paul's Childhood Center (SPCC) is a nonprofit early childhood education center founded by St. Paul's United Church of Christ on September 4, 1970. We provide exceptional early childhood education for children from 6 weeks to 5 years old (and ages 5-12 in our summer school program). SPCC has National Early Childhood Program Accreditation and is a highest-rated 4-star center in the Parent Aware program.
We seek to provide a safe, engaging environment for early learning that fosters physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. We promote individuality through a community-inclusive, child-interactive, arts-infused emergent curriculum. Licensed by the State of Minnesota, SPCC is proud to offer a place for early learning with low student-to-faculty ratios and highly qualified faculty.
Located in the beautiful and historic Summit-Grand Avenue neighborhood, our facility includes spacious classrooms full of natural light, a superb large-muscle room, an art studio, a playground with a whimsical playhouse, and a nurturing staff dedicated to early childhood education.
Please visit the St. Paul's Childhood Center website to learn more: http://myspcc.com/.