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University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

4 days 11 hours ago

Our student school supply list has been posted on our website ucelc.net/enrollment/

Have fun shopping! You can bring your supplies with you to Open House on Friday, August 9th!

University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

1 week 4 days ago

Our new school year is getting closer and we are ALMOST out of spots. If you have a child who will be turning 3 or 4 before September 1st and is looking for a loving, Christian, part-time preschool, give us a call 407-359-2629 or email preschool@universitycarillon.net.

Classes start the week of August 12th. 2-day, 3-day and 5-day options are currently available.

University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

2 weeks 19 hours ago

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University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

1 month 4 days ago

A special offer for UCELC Families from our Graduation Portrait photographer, Karen Smutz!

University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

1 month 2 weeks ago

Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

2 months 1 day ago

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our current, past (and future!!!) UCELC Moms!

Thank you for trusting us with your children!

University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

2 months 2 weeks ago

Thanks to all of the families and friends who came out to the UCF baseball game today! We had a great time!

University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

2 months 3 weeks ago

Our butterflies are hatching (which they always seem to do when it is quiet!). Ms. Karla was able to capture this moment! We will have some proud butterfly parents at school this week!

University Carillon Early Learning Center - UCELC

2 months 3 weeks ago

In our school garden we have a flourishing crop of collard greens. Ms. Marsha, our church bookkeeper, fixed a pot of collards and visited the VPK classes to show them how the things we grow in the garden become food!

We used our 5 senses to investigate the greens and several brave friends ate them…and we received many thumbs up!