Welcome!

Celebrating 50 plus years! Rockville Day Care Association, Inc. (RDCA), an experienced provider of programs for children ages 6 weeks through 12 years, is your best choice for high-quality child care at affordable prices. Featuring a curriculum that focuses on the unique learning styles of each child, in environments that are engaging, with teachers that are knowledgeable and nurturing, we offer that personal touch you are searching for. Serving Montgomery County, MD since 1969. RDCA Brochure 

Our programs participate in Maryland EXCELS.  To learn more about the importance of quality child care and early education visit https://marylandexcels.org/choosing-quality/meet-kacey/

Infants
6 Weeks - 18 Months

…exploring their world, expressing emotions, forming close and trusting relationships…our supportive and responsive caregivers help infants flourish.

Toddlers/Two's
18 Months - 2 Years Old

… always on the go, a toddler's brain soaks up new information like a sponge…let us fill your child’s day with meaningful learning experiences.

Preschool
3-6 Years Old

…discovering a sense of self, perpetual exploration, emergent language, purposeful play…we can strengthen these developmental milestones.

School Age
5-12 Years Old

…promoting independence, fostering friendships, providing new experiences, encouraging creativity…these are ways we support your budding school ager.

Testimonials
Over the five years in RDCA, my children are happy! This is the biggest measure my wife and I use in evaluating the choices we have made for our children. My wife and I have easy access to administrators...
RossParent
“For us, RDCA is a family affair! My husband, brother, and I both worked for RDCA for several years and my mother in law is currently an Assistant Director at one of the school-age programs.  Needless to say, when...
JessicaParent
Our experience over the past three and a half years of using RDCA is exemplary. My son’s kindergarten teacher said it best when she told me, his first week of school, “I can always tell the kids that come...
KellyParent