It is projected that by 2030, Latinos will comprise one-fourth of the total K-12 student population in the United States. Unfortunately, the current statistics do not give an optimistic prospect for these students: Latinos have the highest dropout rates in the nation and two-thirds of the Latino population lives in poverty. Centro is committed to be an agent of change by providing  children in low-income families with an integral preschool education and with health, social, and nutrition services that will help them get a head start and increase their chances of finishing their basic schooling and pursuing higher education.

The following are the different services and components we offer at our Head Start centers.

Head Start

 Creative Curriculum

 Montessori Curriculum

 Reading is Fundamental (RIF)

 Educational Gardens 

Family Partnerships