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Our Philosophy

Think. Reason. Question. Experiment. These are just a few of the skills and qualities that children will develop at Noah’s Ark Child Development Center. Since our founding, we’ve focused on supporting kids during all transitions throughout childhood.


All activities are designed to adequately nurture the emotional and intellectual growth of our kids. Through stimulating situations and hands-on learning opportunities, young children are free to develop into bright young minds. Reach out to learn more, and enroll with us today!


WE ARE ALL IN(clusive)!

While diversity may include different faiths, orientation, gender roles, socioeconomic status, and ethnicity it is not limited to just these areas.  We believe that diversity also includes the different physical, cognitive, and social abilities that one possesses.  We strive to create a developmentally appropriate classroom environment that not only reflects each child’s unique abilities, but also encompasses their home culture and experiences as well. One of the most important things that we can do to teach our children about diversity is by role modeling that all people are treated with kindness and respect. 


We use an app called Procare Connect to connect with and communicate daily with parents. Parents will be invited via email and cell phone number. You will get a code sent to your phone and or email.


Noah's Ark Child Development Center provides preschool education for children six (6) weeks through five (5) years of age. We also provide before and after school care for children ages 5 to 12 years of age along with care during school breaks. The Ark does not discriminate in its admission procedures on the basis of race, religion, gender, or national or ethnic origin.


 Parents or guardians must submit the following information at registration, along with a $35 non-refundable registration fee per child for their child to be enrolled in our program. 


1. Child Enrollment and Health Information 

2. Child Medical Statement 

3. Emergency Medical & Arrival/Departure “Pick Up List” 

4. Emergency Medical Treatment Authorization 

5. Medical Consent Form 

6. Food Program Enrollment Form 

7. Food Program Income Eligibility Form

8. Medical/Physical Care Plan if needed 

9. Request for Administration of Medication if needed 


Enrollment information and child medical statements must be updated annually. Parents must notify “The Ark” of any changes in information on file regarding your child. (Ex: change of address, telephone number, employment, etc.)

 *Noah's Ark is a Step Up to Quality Five Star Award Winner!!



Noah’s Ark Child Development Center is licensed to operate legally by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. This license is in a conspicuous place for review (main office).  A toll free telephone number is listed on the facility’s license and may be used to report a suspected violation of the licensing law or administrative rules. The licensing law and rules governing childcare are available for review at the facility upon request. 


The administrator and each employee of the facility is required under section2151.421 of the Ohio Revised Code, to report their suspicions of child abuse or child neglect to the local public children’s service agency. Any parent, custodian, or guardian of a child enrolled in the facility shall be permitted unlimited access to the facility during all hours of operation for the purpose of contacting their children, evaluating the care provided by the facility or evaluating the premises. Upon entering the premises, the parent, or guardian shall notify the Administrator of his/her presence.


Contact information for parents/guardians of the children attending the facility is available upon request. This information will not include the name, telephone number or email of any parent/guardian who requests that his/her name, telephone number or email not be included. Recent licensing inspection reports and any substantiated complaint investigation reports for the past two years are posted in a conspicuous place in the facility for review (main office). The licensing record, including licensing inspection reports, complaint investigation reports, and evaluation forms from the building and fire departments, is available for review upon written request from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The center’s licensing inspection reports for the past two years are also available for review on the Child Care in Ohio website. The website is:


It is unlawful for the facility to discriminate in the enrollment of children upon the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin or disability in violation of the American with Disabilities Act of 1990, 104 Stat. 32, 42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.