Camden, Ohio Free PreSchools

We provide a directory of free preschools in Camden, Ohio. The list includes VPK, Head Start Programs and other government subsidized schools. There are also thousands of local non-profit organizations that provide free preschools.

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Camden PreSchools

Camden Head Start

Camden Head Start
8263 US Route 127
Camden, OH 45311
(937) 452-1000
For more information, call (937) 456-2800 or (937) 456-6283.

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Preble County Head Start

Preble County Head Start
8263 State Route 127
Camden, OH 45311
(937) 452-1090
(Age Prenatal - 3) Early Head StartEarly Head Start is a federally funded home-visiting program for at-risk pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers aimed at promoting the health and well being of prenatal and very young children.BCESC Head Start Programs(Age 3 - 5)

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More PreSchools Options

Due to the small number of preschools in Camden we have listed some area listings below.

Eaton Head Start

Eaton Head Start
151 Industrial Dr
Eaton, OH 45320
(937) 456-7125
Nearby Preschools: 8.48 miles from Camden
For more information, call (937) 456-2800 or (937) 456-6283....

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KRAMER ELEMENTARY

KRAMER ELEMENTARY
400 W SYCAMORE ST
OXFORD, OH 45056 116
(513) 523-1245
Nearby Preschools: 8.93 miles from Camden
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CAP Preble County Head Start - Eaton Center

CAP Preble County Head Start - Eaton Center
304 Eaton Lewisburg Rd
Eaton, OH 45320
Nearby Preschools: 9.58 miles from Camden
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MADISON PRIMARY

MADISON PRIMARY
5797 W ALEXANDRIA RD
MIDDLETOWN, OH 45042
(513) 420-4922
Nearby Preschools: 13.19 miles from Camden
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Phyllis Howard Community Care Center

Phyllis Howard Community Care Center
302 Harrison St
Liberty, IN 47353 130
(765) 458-7491
Nearby Preschools: 14.49 miles from Camden
Head Start Program: Children will be considered for Head Start participation who are: 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1, AND From families whose incomes are at or below the federal poverty income guidelines, or a child with a diagnosed disability whose family's income is at or below 150% federal poverty income guidelines. ...

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