Cram Schools Learning Owl Hill Learning Center’s newest facility will have capacity for up to 135 children – PennLive

Owl Hill Learning Center’s newest facility will have capacity for up to 135 children – PennLive



A nursery school and daycare is moving to a new location in Lancaster County.

Owl Hill Learning Center will open at its new location on November 2 at Liberty Place, 313 W. Liberty Street, Lancaster. The center is relocating from its location at 530 N. Queen St. in Lancaster.

Owl Hill said it is moving from its current location to make way for Lancaster General Hospital/Penn Medicine’s neighborhood expansion project on Queen Street. And the move will also allow the Lancaster County nursery school to expand. The new location will allow for a capacity of 135 children ranging from infant to school-age children and will have 10 classrooms — two infant classrooms, three toddler classrooms and five preschool classrooms. Each classroom has an attached bathroom. And there is a large outdoor playground area as well.

The Liberty Place location will be open from 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The company was founded in 1984 and offers the Pre-K Counts program through partnerships with the School District of Lancaster and the Manheim Township School District. The state-funded Pre-K Counts, Child Care Works and child and adult food programs are offered at all of the company’s three locations.

Owl Hill will employ 25 people at this location and employs 42 people overall. The company also has locations on Owl Hill Road in Warwick Township near Lititz and on Candlewyck Road in Manheim Township outside
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