Emphasis on sensory
based play growth

  • Open till 6:30 PM – 30 minutes later than most Centers
  • Security doors with unique code for each family entering all our buildings
  • Over 21 surveillance cameras added to our property
  • Outstanding preschool curriculum
  • Kindergarten readiness
  • Large, modern playground
  • Transportation to all 5 Gloucester elementary schools using MFSAB buses with seatbelts for all children
  • Smaller classroom sizes
  • Emphasis on sensory based play and growth
  • Continued staff training and development
  • Partnership and referral services to local early intervention agencies
  • Mobile friendly communications between Little Lights and parents

Unique Benefits


  • September 26th: Johnny Appleseed Day
  • September 27th: Grandparent's Lunch
  • October 7-11: Fire Safety Week
  • October 10th: Fire Department Visiting
  • October 16th: Pre-K 4's Pumpkin Patch Field Trip
  • October 28-Nov 1: Fall Festival Spirit Week
  • October 31: Fall Festival Parties and Fall Festival at Lighthouse Worship Center
  • November 5th: Back to School Night
  • November 21st: Feast of Favorites
  • November 28-29: Closed for Thanksgiving
  • December 8th: Christmas Program
  • December 20th: Pajama & movie day plus Christmas parties
  • December 24-25: Closed for Christmas Eve and Day
  • January 1st: closed for New Years Day

What Our Parents Say

5 Star Google and Facebook Reviews

5 stars
  • "Little Lights Day Care Center is a fantastic option for child care. My son has been going to Little Lights for 3 years now and he looks forward to school each and everyday."

    -Brian L, Gloucester VA

  • "My grandchildren both love Little Lights! They are super excited to go to "school" everyday and I was AMAZED at how well my granddaughter did on her testing when she went to Kindergarten this past September. They did a great job getting her ready for big kid school."

    - Rebekah Garcia

  • "Love this place it is the best daycare in the area. Best move we ever made, staff is super friendly and there is always something going on with the community here."

    - James Alston