• First Aid
  • Potty Training
  • Learning Centers
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Music
  • Fenced, Outside Play Area
  • Books Meet State and National Standards
  • And Much More

Full-Time and Part-Time Pre-School & Daycare:

  • Accepting Children from 6 Weeks to 13 Years
  • Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • AM and PM Care Available
  • Extended Hours Available
  • Discounts for Siblings
  • Computers
  • Outdoor Play Facility
  • Snacks Included

Extra-Curricular Activities:

In Summer Swimming Lessons

In Fall - Gym Classes
In Spring - Music Lessons
In Spring - Dance Classes


Full Day (Monday – Friday), 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Part-Time Hours (Monday – Friday), 6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  / 12:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

AM / PM Care:

AM Care: 6:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
PM Care: 2:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. 

Daycare will be closed on the following holidays:
New Year’s Day / Martin Luther King Day / Good Friday / Memorial Day / July 4
President’s Day / Labor Day / Thanksgiving / Christmas


We offer affordable pricing designed to accommodate working parents. Not everyone’s schedule is the same, so we try our best to accommodate each client.

The only thing that we request is for parents/guardians to supply diapers, wipes, food, and formula for babies, and snacks and lunch for toddlers and kids.

Siblings will receive a discount. There’s a 10% discount for the second child and 15% off any additional children. (Applies Only to Full-Time Rates)

We have an open-door policy. Parents are welcome any time! 

Extended hours: 6:00 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. / 6:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.

Our belief is that working parents need as many support systems as possible. We offer before- and after- school care programs for school-age children.


Bright Start Pre-School & Daycare has been developed to serve the needs of today’s family. We answer the dilemma that many parents face – where to find quality child care.
We focus on meeting each individual child’s development and educational needs. Children are guided and encouraged by our experienced teachers and advance through each program at their own pace.
Because children learn best when they are actively involved, classrooms include rich learning centers to explore. We prepare them for a new journey (KINDERGARTEN).
In developing our daily program, we include Creative Curriculums for Early Childhood Programs by Diane Trister-Dodge.
The Creative Curriculum® for Infants & Toddlers – Provides a comprehensive framework. It emphasizes that relationships between caregivers/teachers and children and their families form the basis of curriculum for very young children.
The Creative Curriculum® for Early Childhood – Describes and demonstrates the planning of a developmentally appropriate program focusing on 10 well-organized interest areas. Its underlying philosophy draws from Jean Piaget’s work on cognitive development, Erik Erikson’s stages of socio-emotional development, and accepted theories of how children learn best. The approach is practical, easy-to-understand, and immediately applicable to a variety of settings.

The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool – Addresses all areas of development: Social/Emotional, Physical, Cognitive, and Language. It also guides you on how to address content in each of these areas:




Social Studies

The Arts


Our daycare center anticipates providing your children with a safe, secure, and wholesome environment, while encouraging their physical, social, emotional, and educational growth.

1. Physical:

A: To ensure that the physical environment of the children, both inside and outside, is safe and free of hazard.
B: To provide activities and programs which will stimulate the physical development and competence of each child.

2. Emotional:

A: For each child to respect himself/herself as a unique individual with his or her own needs and interests.
B: To encourage development of independence, self-confidence, self-reliance, and self-esteem in order to reinforce a positive self-concept in each child.

3. Social:

A: To create and maintain a relaxed and stimulating social environment in which the children can function and relate to and respect each other in groups.
B: To encourage child-adult interaction in a warm, active, and family-type of atmosphere.

4. Intellectual:

A: To provide cognitive programming in relation to the child's interests, stage of development, and level of readiness.
B: To prepare an environment which will stimulate creative and spontaneous response.