National Presbyterian Child Care Center


Opened in 2007, National Presbyterian Child Care Center (NPCCC) is a traditional child care center dedicated to providing early childhood education in a nurturing and stimulating environment. A loving and inclusive community, NPCCC strives to facilitate the social, cognitive and physical development of young children.


National Presbyterian Child Care Center is located at the corner of Nebraska Avenue and Van Ness Street. The hours of operation are 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. Monday through Friday. NPCCC is open year round with the exception of most Federal holidays, some National Presbyterian School holidays and staff development days. Approximately fifteen children aged six weeks to three years attend NPCCC. Applicants must be at least six weeks of age to enroll in the program.

Available spaces will be allocated first to children of the faculty and staff of National Presbyterian School and National Presbyterian Church followed by other members of the NPS and NPC communities. Remaining spaces will be allocated to the general public based on receipt of application and age of the child.

Contact Krystal Johnson, Director of the National Presbyterian Child Care Center, at or 202-552-4237 for more information about NPCCC.