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Near Beaver Creek Shopping Center on Highway 55, take Highway 64 east. After crossing over Laura Duncan Road, you will see a shopping center with a Perkins, Schlotzsky's, and McDonalds on your left. Shepherd's Vineyard Drive is directly accross the street from the shopping center. Take a right on Shepherd's Vineyard Drive. The Eva Perry Library will be on your right. Our center is just past the library on the left.

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  • What Apex Parents are Saying

    about Bright Horizons Child Care

    "Ashley, Thank you for the love and care you show Amelia every day! I love that you "work with her strengths" to help her learn new things and become such a capable, independent little girl. She loves being at school and you are one of the reasons why! Thank you!!!"

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  • Loose Parts at BH Apex

    Playground Makeover

    In the 1970's by architect Simon Nicholson, proposed an idea about loose parts. He believed loose parts in the environment empower our creativity.Loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up, and taken apart and put back together in multiple ways. Check out how children use loose parts in the Art Studio here.

    There are many reasons why play spaces should include a multitude of loose parts, including:

    ·         Loose parts can be used anyway children choose. 

    ·         Loose parts can be adapted and manipulated in many ways.   

    ·         Loose parts encourage creativity and imagination.

    ·         Loose parts develop more skill and competence than most modern plastic toys

    ·         Loose parts can be used in many different ways

    ·         Loose parts can be used in combination with other materials to support imagination

    ·         Loose parts encourage open ended learning.

    ·         Children choose loose parts over fancy toys.

  • The Story of Bright Horizons Preschool

    Inspired learning using children's unique interests.

    What happens when preschoolers start talking about what they want to be when they grow up? Their dreams become part of the curriculum!

    Read about one Bright Horizons classroom and how our approach to emergent curriculum leads to innovative adventures in learning.



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  • Experience a day in the life of your child at Curriculum Night

    Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 4:30pm

    Join us for our Curriculum Night event where you will have the opportunity to:

    • Explore ourThe World at Their Fingertips® curriculum
    • Discover how literacy is woven into our curriculum
    • Learn about our classroom schedule and activities
    • Connect with our classroom teachers

    Read about Bright Horizons' curriculum by visiting our new emergent curriculum e-book.


  • About the Curriculum

    Our unique approach to education.

    Bright Horizons’ The World at Their Fingertips

    Children learn in a variety of ways and at their own pace. Our carefully planned curriculum is designed to inspire your child at every age and stage. Built around extensive research, 21st-century technology, and developmentally appropriate instruction, our curriculum introduces concepts of math, science, language, culture, environment, art and health.

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  • About our Teachers

    Helping children reach their potential

    Our Teachers

    Inspired by knowledgeable child development professionals who understand the balance between nurturing developing minds and caring for tender spirits, children grow from curious infants into explorative preschoolers. Our teachers are all experienced and highly trained, meeting rigid certification requirements. They keep up with the latest techniques in early childhood curriculum and continually develop new skills to guide children on a path to lifelong learning.

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  • Health & Safety

    Because parents need peace of mind

    Well Aware and Staying Healthy

    Our center environment offers children a healthy and safe place to develop and learn. Through our Well Aware program and our Staying Healthy procedures, we set high expectations for creating healthy environments and also foster positive attitudes within children towards healthy living, physical activity, and nutrition.

    We’re proud to provide programs parents can feel good about, and to be recognized as a model for other early education programs by the Partnership for a Healthier America and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move campaign.

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