Register for Early Education

Chicago Commons is a leading provider of high-quality, comprehensive early childhood education for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old.

Chicago Common’s adaptation of the Reggio Emilia education approach empowers children to be leaders in their educational experience. Through self-directed experiential learning, children discover the world around them in an environment that emphasizes relationship-building, respect, and collaboration. Children moving on to kindergarten from our centers are better prepared to engage with their classmates and teachers and embrace new opportunities for future growth.

Program Features :

    • Early Head Start and Head Start Programs
    • Nutritious Meals and Snacks
    • Nature-based Outdoor Playgrounds
    • Large Art Studio for Hands-on Projects
    • Strong Family Engagement Philosophy
    • NAEYC Accredited and Gold ExceleRate Recipient

Enroll your child in one of four directly operated centers in the following Chicago neighborhoods: Humboldt Park, Pilsen, and Back of the Yards.

Enrollment Inquiry Form

Thank you for your interest in our program! Please use the below form If you are interested in learning more about Chicago Commons' Early Education programs. We will be in touch with more information and to schedule a tour!


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Chicago Commons’ mission is to empower individuals, families, and communities to overcome poverty and systemic barriers, embrace opportunities, and thrive across generations. Since 1894, our programs have been helping children, families and seniors GO further to live richer, more fulfilling lives. From our first settlement house, we’ve centered ourselves in underserved communities to give our neighbors the tools and skills they need to reach their greatest potential.