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Family FAQs

Our centers are located in the below areas:

  • Monmouth and Middlesex, New Jersey

  • Camden, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Milwaukee and Racine, Wisconsin

  • Clark County, Nevada

Please visit each location’s webpage for further information. If you are looking for Head Start services in an area NOT served by Acelero Learning, please visit:

You may enroll your child at any time. We take applications year-round at all of our centers.

Fill out our online application. Please be aware that our application requires a valid email address. If you need assistance with the application, contact the Acelero Learning location nearest you.

3-5 year olds are eligible to be enrolled into our Head Start programs. Both expectant mothers and also children under three years old can be enrolled for Early Head Start services where available.

Acelero Learning was founded in 2002 and, in the years since, we’ve seen positive child and family outcomes. Students who were tested after two years in our programs had reached gains that are nearly double those of the best national sample on the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT). These are among the largest-known recorded gains for a Head Start program.

All of our programs have Early Learning Disability Specialists who work directly with children who have disabilities and their families. We work in conjunction with the local Part C or Local Education Agencies (LEAs) (which work with children with disabilities) to ensure that all children receive the necessary, identified services.

Many of our centers offer wrap-around services that allow you to drop off your child as early as 7:00 AM and pick up as late as 6:00 PM, during 49 weeks of the year. For a full listing of centers in your area that offer extended day services, please visit the ‘Extended Day’ page for your region.

Head Start is a federally funded program supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that provides comprehensive early childhood education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services at no cost to eligible low-income children and their families.