Find an Answer to Your Question
- How can I obtain information about tuition?
- What is the Inclement Weather Policy?
- What School Age programs do you offer?
- What should my child bring to The Clubhouse?
- What types of meals are provided?
- Will my child have time to work on their homework?
- What can I expect with the addition of infant and toddler programs?
- Do you take campers on field trips?
- How may I receive a financial statement?
- Will the Clubhouse maintain its uniqueness when adding infant and toddler programs
- What is Bright Horizons' process on checking the background of their employees?
- Can I visit my child at the center anytime I’d like to?
- What is The World At Their Fingertips?
- Are all staff trained in CPR and First Aid?
- I'm interested in applying for a job at this center. Is there someone I can contact?
- Where can I learn more about other Bright Horizons locations?
- I'm not quite ready to enroll in the center but I am interested in continuing to hear about what is happening at the center. How can I get information more regularly?
- What is NAEYC accreditation?
- What is the relationship between Bright Horizons and The Partnership for a Healthier America?
- What if I’d like to enroll but the center doesn’t have space available?
How can I obtain information about tuition?
Tuition varies by center, schedule and by individual classroom. To find out more information about tuition, please contact the center directly.
What is the Inclement Weather Policy?
In the event of inclement weather, The Clubhouse @ Bright Horizons will make every effort to remain open to serve our families.
If the Elementary Schools release children early, we will pick them up from their schools at the time of release.
If The Clubhouse is forced to close during the day, we will contact each family. Please make sure we have your current emergency numbers.
Families may call the center voicemail to hear any updates about the center opening or closing at 380-2003.
What School Age programs do you offer?
The Clubhouse offers the following School Age programs:
- Track Out & Summer Day Camp
- School's Out Days
Click here for more details.
What should my child bring to The Clubhouse?
We suggest your child have a change of clothing appropriate for the present season. If your child is staying with us throughout the day, they will need a bag lunch.
What types of meals are provided?
The Clubhouse provides a morning snack, full lunch and afternoon snack.
Will my child have time to work on their homework?
When children arrive to The Clubhouse from their school, they are able to work on their homework. A staff member is present to assist them when needed.
What can I expect with the addition of infant and toddler programs?
As usual with Bright Horizons, infant and toddlers will have their own space in the building, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of preschool and school-age children.
Do you take campers on field trips?
Our elementary and middle school age programs involve field trips. All field trip permission forms are located in the Clubhouse area and should be signed at the beginning of the week for parent signatures. The forms will list the date, place, and times of the trip.
The Preschool Program has walking field trips. Permission forms are located inside the classroom when a walk is taking place.
How may I receive a financial statement?
Once a statement is requested, the center will send you the attached statement through e-mail.
Will the Clubhouse maintain its uniqueness when adding infant and toddler programs
Yes! the Clubhouse will continue to be the place the community has come to know and expect with spaces built with intentionality for school age and preschool children. We are growing our program to add unique spaces for infant and toddlers too.
What is Bright Horizons' process on checking the background of their employees?
Bright Horizons conducts a comprehensive background check on all prospective employees and frequent visitors. The background check consists 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. For all location employees, program licensing background checks required by the state are also performed.
Can I visit my child at the center anytime I’d like to?
Yes, Bright Horizons has an open door policy. You are encouraged to visit your child anytime.
What is The World At Their Fingertips?
Bright Horizons curriculum, The World at Their Fingertips, is our unique curriculum designed to engage children in active learning that prepares them for school while helping them achieve their individual potential and fostering a spirit of community. It includes curriculum elements such as Language Works, Math Counts, Science Rocks, ArtSmart, Our World and Well Aware that cross all age groups. Read more on information on our curriculum.
Are all staff trained in CPR and First Aid?
All Bright Horizons staff are trained regularly in CPR, even if not required by the state. First Aid is taught as required by state licensing agency/regulations so that you can feel confident that your child is safe and receiving the best care possible at our center.
I'm interested in applying for a job at this center. Is there someone I can contact?
For job listings and to complete the application process, please visit www.brighthorizons.com/careers.
Where can I learn more about other Bright Horizons locations?
To learn about our other locations, please find a child care center near you.
I'm not quite ready to enroll in the center but I am interested in continuing to hear about what is happening at the center. How can I get information more regularly?
We encourage any family interested in center information, regular updates and invitations to the many events we are planning, to contact us.
What is NAEYC accreditation?
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) has developed standards to define and recognize quality child care programs. In order to be accredited, a child care program must meet a variety of strict criteria, including having a well-trained faculty, good staff-child ratios and group sizes, and a comprehensive curriculum, as well as meet stringent health and safety standards. The program must also provide meaningful opportunities for family involvement.
What is the relationship between Bright Horizons and The Partnership for a Healthier America?
Read more information about this relationship.
What if I’d like to enroll but the center doesn’t have space available?
We suggest you register with Bright Horizons. You can select up to three locations to be registered at, including the center you are most interested in. By registering, you are confirming your strong interest in all three centers. We will add you to our wait list and you will be offered a space as soon as one becomes available. While waiting for a space to become available at your first choice location, many families will choose to enroll at their 2nd or 3rd choice temporarily until space becomes available at the center they are most interested in. In many centers, a child currently enrolled at a Bright Horizons location has priority over the general community so enrolling at another location will not only solve your care needs but will also give you additional priority in getting into your 1st preference. Our goal is to accommodate families as soon as space allows. During the entire process, we will keep in touch with you regarding your status.