FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions:

What Do Colorado Shines Ratings Mean?

A Colorado Shines rating (Levels 1-5) gives parents peace of mind. The Colorado Shines rating means that the program is licensed, in good standing with the state, meets health and safety standards, and is regularly monitored.

Programs with higher ratings (Levels 3-5) have completed a process to show quality programs and practice in all areas that Colorado Shines reviews (see bullet list below).

Colorado Shines rates the quality of Colorado’s child care and preschool programs for children ages 0-5, based on how well each program:

  • Supports children’s health and safety
  • Ensures the staff are well-trained and effective
  • Provides a supportive learning environment that teaches children new skills
  • Helps parents become partners in their child’s learning
  • Demonstrates good leadership and business practices


Little Boots Early Learning Center earned the Highest Colorado Shines Rating and is a LEVEL 5 Center!

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Rising Star Early Learning Center encourages you to visit our educational facility to really see what your child will experience on a daily basis. Experiencing Rising Star “hands on” is the best way you will feel comfortable in making the most important decision of your life for you and your child. Please stop in at your convenience between 9am and 3pm – there is no appointment necessary to tour our facility.