Child Development Center

The Child Development Center (CDC) is a nurturing place for children of WLAC student/parents, staff/faculty and community parents (based on meeting State guidelines). WLAC students receive first priority in enrollment. The CDC is licensed by the Community Care Licensing and receives funding from The California Department of Education Child Development Division. The center provides free and low cost early education services. The CDC is a safe, positive learning environment for young children ages 1-5 years. The program offers developmentally appropriate curriculum, preparing children for the elementary education. Applications are available online (see above) and in the Counseling Center, EOP&S, the Workforce Development Office and the Child Development Center, which is located south of the flagpole.

Programs Offered

All Day Program*: Fall through Spring
Ages 1 - 5
Monday - Friday: 7:45am - 3:00pm


Visit Us on Wednesday

You're invited to tour our great facility at 10:00 am on any Wednesday in June or July ...reserve a slot here or call (310) 287-4357

2023 - 2024 Enrollment Application

The 2023-2024 school year enrollment applications are now available on-line. Please complete and save the application as a PDF file document.

Submit the complete application along with all scanned copies of required documents to CDC@WLAC.EDU

WLAC CDC Application


Other Required Forms:


A minimum of five days enrollment per week is required for the All Day Program.

All Program hours and days are subject to change without prior notice.

We offer breakfast, lunch and snack to all children in our program at no cost during the times they are enrolled. This is a free service of our State funded Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).

For more information, contact the Child Development Center at (323) 287-4357.

The Center provides a training program for students wishing to pursue a career in teaching young children.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:45AM - 3:00PM
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Summer hours are subject to change.


Joanne Grey, Program Director