We started HAFH with one center in NJ and have since expanded throughout the years in Palm Beach County Martin, Seminole and Dade County. With more than 15 centers opened and operating since 2001, it’s safe to say, we know the childcare center business. Check out Home Away From Home Child Care Learning Center.

We are a hassle-free, turnkey opportunity which means: we oversee site selection, center construction, licensing, and training. When you open your facility, everything is included – from cribs to curriculum, and from puzzles to printers. Everything from daily growth in language and social skills to educational nurturing in math, science, art, and more! Your success is our priority.

Profitable business AND real estate investment: You can own or lease your center’s building and land, providing greater investment security and long-term equity benefits.

We help you determine your start-up cost and identify your financial resources. Consider all financial aspects of opening your Florida Preschool including land/property taxes, construction or renovation costs, classroom equipment, kitchen equipment, office equipment, maintenance equipment, van or transportation costs, playground equipment, utility connection charges, professional fees, licensing and application fees, marketing and advertising, insurance, and staff training. Ongoing operational expenses like rent, utilities, taxes, supplies, and salaries need to be included as well. Decide where the capital will come from, whether it’s a loan or a personal investment.

We can select a location for your preschool, or if you have a site in mind, we can assist you in the build. Choose a county in the state of Florida, and find a facility with enough space to accommodate the district’s strict staff-to-child ratio. Ratios are established by the county and information regarding the exact number can be found by calling the county’s local municipality. Find a facility that also includes enough space for a designated outdoor play area.

Contact the local county municipality in which the preschool will be located. Each of the 67 counties in the state of Florida will have a unique set of requirements for business license, occupancy approvals and building codes. The zoning office will ensure proper zoning approval for your new preschool.

Furnish and decorate your preschool. Furnishings and all equipment must be appropriate and safe for preschool-aged children.


Larissa Silva – Owner of Super Start a Preschool

Vanessa Quintero – Corporate  Executive