New Child Care Coming to NoHo [SPONSOR]

Posted on: August 26th, 2021 at 10:15 am by

As New York City’s leading provider of child care and preschool, Bright Horizons® offers a unique early education experience built on more than 30 years of expertise, and on what working families want and need for their children…and for themselves. Our newest location on Broadway, right near the heart of the NYU’s campus, is currently accepting registrations for all programs and will be ready to open its doors in January of 2022.

Bright Horizons at NoHo features an on-site lactation room for nursing mothers, two age-specific indoor movement zones that foster healthy habits, and warm and inviting classrooms that encourage exploration and discovery.

You can also expect the hallmarks of a Bright Horizons program:

  • Research-based curriculum that meets children where they are developmentally and builds confidence and excitement about learning
  • Experienced child development professionals with the passion to nurture each child and encourage important developmental milestones throughout the early years
  • Enhanced health and safety protocols that align with CDC recommendations & state and local requirements
    The center is currently hosting both in-person and virtual visits. We invite you to schedule a time to meet our director, Jessica, and learn about all of the great things that Bright Horizons has to offer.

Contact us today! 646-677-8570

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