Interlake Child Care and Learning Center

Big Changes Start with Small People

Welcome to Interlake!

Interlake Child Care (ICC) provides full and part-time care for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool students. Founded in 1982, Interlake is a member of Early Achievers and a 501(c)3 non-profit center. We are governed by a democratic and consensus-led Board of Directors composed of current and graduated family members. Every dime we raise and receive is applied toward our mission of helping children to be responsible, creative, and compassionate human beings.

Providing Quality Child Care Since 1982 in Seattle, WA

Interlake provides a warm and caring environment that celebrates diversity and promotes social-emotional development through play-based curriculum. Teachers work to incorporate anti-bias lessons and anti-racist discussions into classroom curriculum– while also ensuring each child’s health and safety.

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We have been blessed to have been part of the Interlake family for over six years. It truly is a community; I love knowing that my children are being cared for, respected, loved and stimulated while I’m at work and can’t be with them. The friendships the kids made are amazing as well – my elementary school aged son still counts his Interlake friends among his best friends!

Jenny and Jeremy

From the teachers, to the kids, to the parents, to the yearly camping trip – we love everything about Interlake. How do we know Luca loves it, too? Because he talks about his friends and teachers all the time. He requests to see them when we leave. He shows compassion, he’s empathetic, he puts away his dishes, and he loves to sing his ABCs. And sure, maybe we taught him some of that… but we know that Interlake had a hand in shaping our little baby into the big kid he is today.

Barrie and Dominic

All of the fantastic teachers gave Keenan such a great start in life! We knew he loved Interlake, but one sure sign was when I would come to pick him up, he would spot me, get a big grin, then turn around and run to some activity to show off and also get just a little more play in! I also remember the messy clothes he’d come home in, another sign of the fun he was having every day.

Tamara and Michael