LIH Fall ChildCare

LIH Fall ChildCare Program Welcomes children from 18 months – 13 years old


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Open from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Childcare welcomes children from 18 months – 13 years

A stimulating environment

Outdoor soccer and playing field.

 Indoor soccer field, basketball hoops. It is a great space

State of the art outdoor playground: wonderful pastime for all of our students

Private playground facilities for the 18 months through 4 years old children

Indoor gym for the 18 months through 4 years old children

Art Room Creating art is a positive, tactile experience

We encourage healthy food

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LIH Fall ChildCare is a busy, happy place where children learn, explore, sing, and dance. The program for our toddlers was designed to encourage each child’s growing need for independence and to foster the development of their self-esteem in a safe, nurturing environment.

LIH Child Care Sport Field
LIH – Child Care Big Playground
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FAQ – Frequently Asked Question

A: LIH does offer private bus transportation. There are multiple bus routes available in the Houston area for an additional fee. However, the school may cancel a route if the number of riders hinders the financial viability of the route. Please go to our website at Transportation.

A: You can apply and pay online, please follow this link: and follow the steps provided in our enrollment application.

A: The Application fee is $50 per Child one-time payment (non-refundable). The LIH Summer Child Care Program is $189.99 per Week. The LIH Summer Child Care Program + French is $295 per Week.

A: Parents are responsible for all snacks daily during his/hers hours of attendance. LIH is nut-free, so please bear this in mind when choosing food options.

A: LIH Child Care provides a safe and nurturing environment for children 18 Months to 13 years of age.

A: We are open from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM Monday through Friday.

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Supporting Our Essential Workers


As the United States mobilizes to contain the spread of COVID-19, to treat those infected, and to ensure the ongoing wellbeing of everyone else temporarily isolated due to the need for social distancing, it is and will increasingly be challenged by an emerging crisis in childcare capacity. In particular, the essential workers needed to successfully address this pandemic themselves need to be able to rely on accessible, reliable, and consistent childcare for their own children.