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Kindergarten at Bright Horizons — Now Enrolling!

Kindergarten is such an important year. You want a place that supports your child’s skills and confidence for the future. But today, you also need a place that has the health and safety practices you can feel good about right now.

Enroll by September 11, 2020 for our full-day, in-person program, and we’ll waive your registration fee!*

*SPECIAL PROMOTION: Waived Registration Fee. Promotion is only valid for registrations received by September 11, 2020. This special offer is not transferrable to other Bright Horizons locations. Families must be registered by September 11, 2020 to receive offer. Bright Horizons may, at any time and in its sole discretion, close the Kindergarten program for any reason, including but certainly not limited to classroom enrollment sizes. 

A Safe Place to Inspire Learning:

Our program includes:

  • Full-day programs that solve the uncertainties in your family’s schedule
  • Reduced class sizes, physical distancing, and other safety practices in line with CDC guidelines
  • Research-based curriculum with agespecific activities
  • Low teacher-to-child ratios and a constant focus on children’s needs
  • Self-directed investigations, small group work, and teacher-directed activities
  • Handwriting, math, and reading enrichment programs
  • Curriculum that teaches lifelong habits, including citizenship and social responsibility

Engaging Experiences That Inspire a Love of Learning:

Our World at Their Fingertips® curriculum focuses on what your child needs for success in school and in life:

  • Important Connections: Welcoming environments that encourage meaningful, engaging, and respectful
    interactions, even amid physical distancing requirements
  • Learning Process: An emergent curriculum that incorporates each child’s interests and inspires children to be co-creators of their own learning
  • Social Skills: A focus on problem-solving, decisionmaking, creativity, negotiation, emotional intelligence, and collaboration
  • Open-Ended STEM Activities: Technology and materials for creating, engineering, tinkering, inventing, and innovating; and spaces for discovery and experimentation
  • Routines: Child-directed choice and school-age rituals to offer stability and boost independence
  • Guiding Principles: Experiences that motivate children to be leaders, appreciate the world and those who live in it, and connect with and give back to the larger community