Bright Horizons in Los Angeles
Early Education & Preschool That's More Than Daycare
Bright Horizons in Los Angeles offers quality, year-round programming and a number of convenient locations throughout the South Bay, Santa Monica, Downtown Los Angeles, and the West L.A. cities of Venice, Playa Vista, and Westwood.
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Enhanced COVID-19 Health & Safety at Our Los Angeles Centers
Health and safety is our number one priority, and we have implemented a number of enhanced protocols, including reduced class sizes at our center.
Frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces, toys, and laundered items
Strict drop-off and pick-up procedures to minimize contact
Masks for teachers, staff, and all other adults in our centers
Teachers trained in all protocols
Daily health screening and temperature check for adults and children
Explore Daycare in the Greater Los Angeles Area
Working parents shouldn’t have to choose between child care and early education. Our programs ensure you don’t have to, offering convenience for your workday, and enriching learning experiences for your child.
With convenient Los Angeles area locations, we're never far from your home or workplace.
What Questions Should I Ask a Daycare Provider?
What ages does Bright Horizons in Los Angeles serve in its daycare program?
I've looked at other daycares in the great Los Angeles area with long waitlists. What if I want to enroll at a Los Angeles Bright Horizons center but space is not available?
What is the background check process for daycare staff at Bright Horizons Los Angeles child care centers?
Bright Horizons conducts comprehensive background checks on all prospective employees and frequent visitors. In Los Angeles, the state of CA Department of Youth and Families requires background checks for employees of a daycare or licensed child care facility.
Bright Horizons background checks consist of a county criminal record check for the past seven years performed in all counties that a person has lived, worked or attended school. In addition to the county criminal search, a sex offender search, OFAC search, and a social security verification trace are also conducted.
Is it safe to send my child to a Los Angeles daycare or preschool?
Bright Horizons is trusted by parents in Los Angeles, including many doctors and nurses, to care for their children. We’ve partnered with pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Kristin Moffitt of Boston Children’s Hospital to implement enhanced safety protocols for all areas including daily health screening, distancing, cleaning, and disinfecting. Our goal is to ensure that all of our health and safety practices in every center are in line with recommendations provided by the CDC and requirements of state and local municipalities. Our Los Angeles centers have the well-being of children, families, and staff at their core.
Are daycare staff at Bright Horizons in Los Angeles trained in CPR and First Aid?
All Bright Horizons Los Angeles staff are trained regularly in CPR /First Aid and Universal Precautions. You can feel confident that your child is safe and receiving the best care possible while in our care. Families of children in our care use the to get photos, real-time updates on care, learning, and milestones, and stay up to date on important notifications.
All Bright Horizons Los Angeles staff receive ongoing training, including CPR/First Aid and Universal Precautions. You can feel confident that your child is healthy, safe, and thriving while in our care. Bright Horizons families use the MyBrightDay mobile app daily to get photos, real-time updates on care, learning, and milestones, and to stay up-to-date on important notifications.
Is Bright Horizons a Los Angeles-area daycare?
Bright Horizons has a number of Los Angeles-area locations. Search by zip to find the one closest to you.
At Bright Horizons we make sure you can enjoy the convenience of daycare combined with a quality early education experience. We focus our daily experiences on comprehensive, optimum development of each child: mind, body, social self, and character. Here's how we do it:
Preparing Children for Success in Life by:
- Approaching life as an invitation to learn
- Becoming a confident and competent lifelong learner
- Becoming a confident and competent user of technology
- Developing emotional intelligence: personal power and social skills
Preparation for Academic Excellence by:
- Developing the social and cognitive skills necessary for school success
- Achieving excellence in language and literacy
- Developing an engaged, reflective, inquisitive mind and appreciation of science
- Achieving excellence in logical/mathematical understanding
- Happy days
- Wonderful relationships
- A World of experience
How much does daycare in Los Angeles cost?
Daycare tuition depends on your child’s age, as well as your choice in center location. To get a customized tuition quite for Bright Horizons in Los Angeles, we will set up a Zoom meeting with you to discuss your family’s needs and calculate what tuition would look like for you.
Does Bright Horizons in Los Angeles have baby daycare?
Yes. Most of our locations offer infant care programs for children starting at six-weeks old. We're happy to schedule a safe, personalized Zoom visit for expectant parents who would like to learn about why Bright Horizons can offer more than a daycare, even for our youngest learners. Bright Horizons in Los Angeles is a great place for babies.
Does Bright Horizons in Los Angeles have a toddler daycare?
Yes. Most of our locations offer toddler programs for children to start to explore independence, language development, and social skills. We're happy to schedule a safe, personalized Zoom visit for parents who would like to learn about why Bright Horizons can offer more than a daycare. Find out what toddlers learn in our Los Angeles child care programs.
Does Bright Horizons in Los Angeles have a daycare preschool program?
Yes. Most of our locations offer preschool and pre-K programs for children that prepare them for school success. We’re happy to schedule a safe, personalized Zoom visit for parents who would like to learn about why Bright Horizons can offer more than a daycare and what school readiness at Bright Horizons in Los Angeles looks like.
How are working parents supported by Bright Horizons in Los Angeles?
Bright Horizons in Los Angeles supports the whole family because we know that success at work and success at home go hand-in-hand. We designed our centers, programs, and schedules to keep the needs of both children and parents in mind.
How can I find child care when a Los Angeles daycare center is closed?
Having a sitter or two familiar with your family can be extremely helpful when you need back-up care. With the Sittercity app, you can search for local babysitters and nannies, or post a job detailing your needs, and have interested child care providers reach out to you directly. The Sittercity app has built-in screening tools that give you control to hire with ease and confidence, which include secure messaging, interview booking, professional references, and background checks.
What is the difference between daycare and in-home child care in Los Angeles?
With a babysitter or nanny in your home, your child gets personalized, one-on-one attention in an environment controlled by you. Your child care will match the exact schedule you need, all in the convenience of your home. If desired, you can also get house management help from your in-home provider. A daycare facility tends to be a more cost-effective option in an environment designed for learning and whole child development, with age-appropriate curriculum and structured socialization. In the end, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to child care—pick the environment that’s best for you.
Does Bright Horizons in Los Angeles allow children with special needs to enroll in daycare?
Yes. Bright Horizons in Los Angeles accommodates a wide range of special and individualized needs in our group programs. We offer inclusive programs that focus on each child’s strengths and support a collaborative team approach with the teacher, director, specialists, and families. The team will work closely together to maximize your child’s opportunities for learning, growth, and development, and minimize any barriers or safety issues that a group program may present.