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From either direction on the 110 freeway, get off on 6th street. Get in the far left lane ASAP. At the 3rd signal, turn left onto Hope Street which is right after you pass the Standard Hotel. Hope Street will be a short cul-de-sac that runs into Los Angeles County Library. Bright Horizons Los Angeles Hope St. is located in the California Bank & Trust building (550 South Hope Street) which is on the right hand side of the cul-de-sac. Parking for the building is the last driveway on the right hand side that goes under ground. Please take ticket and bring it to our suite to validate. We are able to validate for the first 30 minutes at drop off and pick up. Take the elevator from parking to level T. Exit left out of the elevator and proceed straight to the doors that leads outside. Once outside on the terrace level, our door will be immediately on the left. Please push buzzer for assistance.

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  • Celebrating Our Employees

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    Bright Horizons is celebrating Teacher Appreciation Month and the teachers and staff who bring education to life. We often hear from our teachers that the greatest reward is knowing that they have made a difference for children and families.

    We invite you to write your own message of thanks or share how a Bright Horizons teacher or staff member has inspired you. The website will be open from May 1-31.

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  • What's new in Downtown Los Angeles

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    Calling all future scientists and engineers!!

    Join us for STEM Week  the week of May 11-15

    During STEM Week, children will have the opportunity to experiment, build, knock down, collect, sort, and have fun… all while learning. Activities and games are planned throughout the week to spark creativity and critical thinking.

    Space is limited so reserve your spot today.




    Curious to find out what is planned for the upcoming months. Read all about important dates and field trips that are planned in our Spring Newsletter.



    Please note an important new policy to protect against potential exposure to measles among children, families and caregivers: Revised Measles policy.
  • Earth Day Virtual Art Showcase

    Share your kids' recycling projects with us!

    Earth Day is a day dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of keeping our planet healthy and clean. How will your family make a difference?

    Put your creative caps on and join our Virtual Art Showcase! Instead of tossing recyclable materials, re-use them. Gather recycled materials ranging from used bottles, old clothing, cardboard or anything else you can think of and get busy creating. One lucky winner (at random) will receive an Earth Day Children's Gift Pack, featuring books, seeds to experiment with plants at home and more.

    The last day to submit a photo of your artwork is on Sunday, May 3rd


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  • About the Curriculum

    Our unique approach to education

    Bright Horizons’ The World at Their Fingertips®

    We believe that children experience learning through play. Based on this belief, we provide a wide variety of activities in all the curriculum areas - math, science, language, culture, environment, art, and health - where children can experience “hands on” learning. Our goal is to ensure that your child’s day in back-up care is a rich and meaningful experience.

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  • Our Professional Staff

    Dedicated back-up staff and teachers

    Our Staff

    Bright Horizons staff members are trained professionals who have expertise in educating and caring for young children and supporting working parents. Center directors hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, and teachers have associate’s or bachelor’s degrees (or equivalent experience) in early childhood education. All staff members complete an extensive interview process, including background and reference checks, and are trained in the unique characteristics of back-up child care. Special emphasis is placed on safety and security, hygiene, health and sanitation, first aid, CPR, and life-saving procedures.

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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 spend a day in back-up care. 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. Our centers strive towards the highest standards as measured through national accreditation and state quality rating systems, allowing you to leave your children in our care with complete confidence.

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