YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City

High-quality childcare is a necessity for working parents. Our inclusive program provides a safe and nurturing setting for children six weeks to five years of age to learn, grow and thrive. Children are offered the opportunity to learn in a developmentally appropriate environment that caters to their social and emotional development, cognitive awareness, literacy and self-help skills.

Our center features seven classrooms, each staffed with two full-time teachers and one to two part time support staff throughout the day. Our three-star center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and licensed by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services.


  • Infants: $260 per week
  • Infant/Toddler: $245 per week
  • Toddler: $240 per week
  • Toddler/Two: $220 per week
  • Two/Three: $215 per week
  • Three/Four: $210 per week
  • Four/Five: $205 per week


The YMCA Child Development Center is open Monday – Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Holiday Closings: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

Staff Training Closings: We are closed two days each calendar year for staff training; the second Friday in May and December. 

We welcome drop in tours, but prefer they are scheduled so that we have time designated to answer questions specific to the needs of the family. Call 405.297.7760 to schedule a tour.

Wait List
We have a waitlist for each age group. However, our infant waitlist is the longest with a wait of 12-16 months typically. There is a $10 fee to be added to our waitlist. 


Swim lessons are provided for children, in our care, who are three years and older, and potty trained. These small group lessons introduce children to basic safety around water practices and beginner swim skills.

Each week, children two years and older have the opportunity to enjoy a physical education class offered by a certified group exercise instructor. Children are coached through a variety of gross motor activities ranging from bear crawls, jumping jacks and frog leaps to yoga stretches, meditation and balancing skills.

Government funding from the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) provides our program with supplemental funding that allows us to serve three nutritious meals per day.  


3-Star DHS Rating
A 3-Star DHS rating is currently the highest rating offered by the state for childcare programs.  Facilities with a 3-Star Rating use the Oklahoma Early Learning Guidelines in each lesson plan for the ages served in their program, have an increased number of Master Teacher level staff, employees receive increased hours of professional development and the program is accredited by a National accreditation organization.

NAEYC Accredited
The YMCA Child Development Center is currently accredited through the National Association of the Education of Young Children.