Bright Horizons at Rockville
Welcome to Our Center
Welcome to Bright Horizons at Rockville, where we’re all about making early education fun and exciting. Our team of passionate teachers will help your child get ready for school and we’ll partner with your family every step of the way. Here, your child will develop an appreciation for books in our reading nooks, expand curiosity and develop future-forward skills in our STEM lab, and explore the great outdoors in our garden and open-air learning areas. And we love when you’re involved, too. Join one of our parent partnership classes, eat lunch with your child, or stop in to say hi. Come see what we’re all about!
Amy Rinker - Center Director
Enrichments & Extracurricular Activities
Extra inspiration through mediums, styles, experimentation, and introduction to the masters
Enhanced exploration of early math concepts introduced through engaging activities and songs
Science lessons through actual digging, planting, cultivating, and growing
Handwriting Without Tears
Tools and extra exercises to practice putting A,B,Cs into print (preschool and above)
Yoga, balance, dance, climbing and more to support physical expression, interests, and skills
Experimenting with tomorrow’s skills in activities that go beyond our regular curriculum
Meet Our Center Team
Our families come from nearby communities, including Rockville, Twinbrook, and Silver Spring. Located near Twinbrook Red Line Metro, USP, HHS and Twinbrook Community Center, we're easy to get to for drop-off and pick-up.
Children graduate Bright Horizons programs with the skills they need to succeed in private or public school. In surveys, kindergarten and first grade teachers report that Bright Horizons graduates are enthusiastic learners who are socially and academically ready for the years ahead.
Bright Horizons Graduates Attend
Health & Safety
Your child’s health and safety are our top priority. Our centers have strict guidelines for cleanliness and security and we’re proud to be recognized as a health-and-wellness model for child care centers by the Partnership for a Healthier America.