Frequently Asked Questions

Bright Futures Learning Center


Q.) Will there be “actual learning” at the center?

A.) Yes, every day, each class will have three hours of instruction from 8:30-11:30 am. The instruction will include alphabet, numbers, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, and bible lessons. We use Creative Curriculum and specifically target appropriate developmental areas. On non-school days there will also be learning activities as well as during the summer, it will simply be less structured learning during those times.

Q.) Is our center accredited?

A.) Yes, we are accredited through the Association of Christian Schools International. All of our employees will have a level 2 federal and state background screening. Our center director and all teachers are first aid and infant and child CPR certified.

Q.) What are the hours of operation?

A.) We are open from 7 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday. We are open during Fall Break, Christmas Break, Spring Break, Teacher Planning days and Summer only for currently enrolled preschoolers .  We are closed on all major holidays such as MLK, Jr, President’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day and Thanksgiving.  If Christmas Eve/Christmas and New Years Eve/New Years Day are on a weekend, we will take the closest weekday off.

Q.) Are there any other fees or expenses?

A.) There will be a $50 registration fee per family, per year. There will also be a late fee if children are picked up after 6:00 pm. Tuition is due on Monday of each week, if tuition is not paid by Friday, a late fee will be applied.

Q.) Do you have a multi-child discount?

A.) Yes, we have a multi-child discount for the learning center, as well as the afterschool program. See Registration packet for more details.

Q.) Are meals going to be served and included in the price of tuition?

A.) We will provide a morning snack at 9:30 am and an afternoon snack at 2:30 pm.  Parents will be responsible for providing a packed lunch for each child.

Q.)What are the class sizes?

A.) 1-year olds-up to 9 children with two teachers

2-year old class- up to 10 children with two teachers

3-year old class- up to 10 children with one teacher

4-year old class- up to 12 children with one teacher

Q.) What is your sick child policy?

A.) Children will be sent home for fever, vomiting, and diarrhea. They must remain fever-free for 24 hours without medicine before returning to school. Coughs, rashes, and nasal discharge will be evaluated and sent home as needed. In the event of lice, children will be sent home immediately and will not be allowed back into care unless all signs of lice and nits are gone.