Schools and Childcare

From tykes to teens, there is a program for kids at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay. 

Day Care, Child Development Center

Full-time childcare is provided for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers onboard Kings Bay through the Child Development Center (CDC). You can enroll your child on the waiting list online or visit the CDC and fill out the necessary forms. Call CDC at (912) 573-3888.

Kings Bay School Age Care (SAC) Program, Youth Center

The SAC Program provides children ages 5-12 learning opportunities before school, after school and during regularly scheduled school breaks. Accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA), and partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Georgia 4-H, this program helps students develop important skills through a host of clubs focused on character and leadership, health and life skills, career and education, the arts, technology and sports, fitness and recreation. In addition to the regularly scheduled school year program, the SAC program also offers camps during all extended school holidays. 

Teen Program

The Teen Program is open to teens (13-18 years old) and provided through a partnership with The Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Georgia 4-H programming. Additional events are scheduled for pre-teen (10-12 years old) youth. 

Call the Youth Center for more details about SAC and Teen Programs at (912) 573-2380

School Liaison Officer (SLO) 

The base is served mostly by Camden County School System. The district consists of: nine elementary schools (grades Pre-K through grade 5); two middle schools (grades 6-8); one high school (grades 9-12); and a special needs school. In addition to The Camden County School System offers an after-school daycare program at all elementary schools beginning on the first day of school.

The SLO is available to assist military families transitioning into and out of the Kings Bay area. As the subject matter expert on educational issues for school-aged children (K-12), the SLO informs, educates, and supports families as they advocate for the educational needs of their children. Families needing assistance with these needs should seek the services of the School Liaison Officer at (912) 573-8986.