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Located on Saunders road between Lake-Cook Rd and Deerfield Rd.
From I-294, exit West on Lake-Cook Road. Take Lake-Cook road to Sanders/Saunders Road (stoplight). Turn North (right) onto Saunders. Continue North to Parkway North Drive (stoplight). Our building, 5 Parkway North, is the first building located on the north side of the street. You can see our playgrounds from the street.
We are the only brick building in the business park.

The company, Takeda, is located at the Lake-Cook/Saunders corner. You will also pass the entrance to Baxter, before reaching Parkway North.

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Welcome to Bright Horizons at Parkway North

A great place to learn, discover and grow!

Our child care center first opened its doors in 1993. We have the capacity for 172 children ages six weeks through Kindergarten. As a culturally diverse center, both children and faculty learn from each other. In each classroom, from infants to kindergarten, our early childhood educators provide an enriched environment with hands-on learning experiences. Through daily emailed documentation, learning is always visible. Our NAEYC Accredited center is open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m to 6:30 p.m. We are conveniently located in the Parkway North Center business park, near the intersection of Saunders Road and Deerfield Road. At Bright Horizons Family Solutions, we recognize how important new beginnings are in each child's development. Our mission is to provide a caring and nurturing environment where your child can learn and grow through strong parent partnerships. Feel free to visit our center to learn more about how we can help your family grow with us....

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What Parents are Saying

Our greatest advocates are also our closest friends.

"Ms. Leonor, Thank you for being a fabulous addition to Caleb's time at BH. He really enjoys when you are in his classroom and you always have a smile when you greet him, which makes me so happy. You are a wonderful person and I'm so glad we have you at our BH!!"

Our Center Programs & Services

Here are a few of our best features.

Full- and part-time early education and preschool, Drop-in / emergency-care, Summer camp

Featured Parent Webinar

Parent Teacher Partnerships: The Keys to Successful Collaboration


Creating optimal parent teacher partnerships takes skill and know-how. Watch this video to help determine your goals, your responsibilities, and the line between advocating and over-involvement.

Bright Horizons Parent Community

Helping dad when mom goes back to workThe Bright Horizons Parent Community is a great place for parents and educators to share ideas, get perspectives and ask questions. Looking for info on potty training your toddler or how to get your preschooler started with chores? This is the place for you.

Bright Spaces Help Children in Crisis

Bright Horizons Foundation for ChildrenBright Spaces - special places for children in homeless and domestic violence shelters and other agencies - help children experiencing trauma. Bright Horizons teachers and employees help create Bright Spaces, support them through volunteering, and make a difference across hundreds of communities and serve thousands of children each year. To learn more, including how you could be involved, visit Making Connections Through Bright Spaces, a digital magazine celebrating the impact our programs make in people's lives.

Meals

Nutritious snacks, breakfast and lunch provided daily

Get involved in our Enrichment Activities

Because knowledge is more than just the ABC's.


Art Studio: custom designed space offering additional resources and artistic experiences for children

Handwriting Without Tears: A nationally recognized program designed to help children develop a strong writing foundation

Everyday Math: created by The University of Chicago School of Mathematics Project, is a comprehensive math program which introduces mathematical content in a meaningful way, using appropriate "everyday" means

Weekly Reader: A weekly educational classroom magazine. 

Movement Matters Room: A room in our lower level where children can climb the rock climbing wall and do other gross motor activities like yoga and dance. 

Growing Readers Library: a library where children can go and enjoy books that are featured in our growing readers program. 

Smart Board: An innovative piece of technology to enhance learning for preschoolers through School Age children.

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