Early Childhood Education Centers

Over the past decade, an increasing awareness of the long-term benefits of early childhood education has led to growing enrollment in education-based programs.




Annualized Adjusted Revenue*



According to the latest information from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are currently 15.1 million children in the Unites States that require child care. While parents have a variety of options as to how they meet this need, early childhood education (ECE) is a growing industry distinct from other forms of child care in the United States.

Our investment in early childhood education centers recognizes the growing demand for quality early childhood education facilities that offer the best in a competitive market. With superb facilities and demographically driven real estate, our early childhood education properties allow us to increase our diversity and geographical reach with assets that appeal to triple net investors and parents alike.

  • EPR Early Childhood Education
  • EPR Early Childhood Education
  • EPR Early Childhood Education

*Annualized Adjusted Revenue (a non-GAAP financial measure) is Total Revenue for the quarter ended September 30, 2019, excluding public charter school total revenue, other income and pass through revenues, further adjusted for in-service projects and percentage rent and participating interest. This number is then multiplied by four to get an annual amount. See reconciliation of Annualized Adjusted Revenue to Total Revenue on Slide 17 in the Charter School Transaction Presentation in the Investor Center.