Stars serves over 1,300 children and youth annually making a long-term investment in our families.  We provide programs to a diverse population, concentrating on school readiness and academic achievement, by promoting healthy development and strengthening families.  Our low staff to child ratios, specialized training, and family support staff are critical to providing the kinds of programs all children need to grow to their full potential.  Ongoing program evaluation and assessment of children’s progress ensures that we are achieving our goals and objectives.

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Family Child Care

FCC provider nurture infants and toddlers, supported by our early education and social services staff.

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Our NAEYC Preschool centers provide children 2.9 - 5 years old a supportive educational environment. 

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Afterschool & School Age Child Care

Programs designed for elementary, middle, and high school-aged students.

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Summer Programs & Camp

Our programs offer wide variety of activities operating at Hale Education (for grades 2-6) and our preschool campuses (for grades (k-1).

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Grad Cap

Stars operates an academic support program for Randolph Public School students as a 21st Century Community Learning Center. Students are referred by school personnel to improve academic performance.  Learn more about these Randolph Programs

We Need Your Support

Volunteering at Stars

Stars depends on volunteers to help us maintain the facilities at our many sites. Learn More About Volunteering


Make a gift, host a fundraiser or organize a Drive. Ways to give include online, phone, or by mail. Learn More About Donating