Message from Ms. Robyn
You may take comfort in knowing your child is in good hands at Angelic Learning Center. After coming of age and recognizing my lifelong love of children, I began this labor of love. I look at everyday as not just "going to work" but as fulfilling my God-ordained mission. Angelic Learning Center operates under the stringent regulations of the State of Maryland Department of Education. In addition, I have completed Prince George's County's licensing requirements and the facility has been certified as a Family Childcare Home. We have demontrated through assessment by the CDA National Credentialing Program for professional recognition and a Level 4 plus by the Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Child Care. I hope this site helps educate you about the level of care that we provide at Angelic Learning Center. Thanks for visitng!!
Angelic Learning Center
Programs & Meals
Childcare Aware Military Fee assistance Program
The Military Child Care in your Neighborhood program provides fee assistance for families of Active Duty service members who are unable to access on-base child care. Families living within 30 miles or 45 minutes away of on-base child care must be on the waiting list before applying for assistance. (800) 424-2246 or by email
Breakfast, Lunch & P.M. Snack Provided
Angelic Learning Center participates in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), a Federal program that encourage heathy meals and snacks to children receiving Childcare. Each day more than 2.6 million children participate in the CACFP across the country. All meals meet USDA requirements...enjoy!
Drop-in's, Before & After Care
We provide daily drop-in's, Before & After care. Parents must provide a healthy breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. All perishable foods are refrigerated until consumed. Please call and inquire within for vacancy availability.
Daily Drop-in Rates
6 weeks - 2 years $75.00
2 years - 12 years $60.00
Before & After Care
Part-time $100.00 weekly
Full-time $150.00 weekly
All staff must meet certain educational and experience qualifications, get health screenings, and undergo background checks for FBI and State criminal histories in addition to child abuse and neglect clearances.