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Early Scholars Child Development Center

Bright days, located in the historic east side neighborhood of Newport is nationally accredited, 4 STAR Rated quality child care center. Early Scholars Child Development Center, located in the west side neighborhood of Newport on-site at Northern Kentucky Scholar House, is a 5 Star Rated quality child development center. At both Bright Days and Early Scholars children receive individualized classroom instruction to prepare them for success in school. Emphasis in on quality of interactions among staff and children. The Centers utilizes development appropriate, research based cirriculum, high standards of health and safety practices, high qualified staff, and provides an enriching learning and physical environment with nutritious meals, individualized classroom instruction, and parent involement activities.

• All Teachers are Qualified for an Early Childhood Education setting
• Interactive and Spacious Classroom  Environment with Individualized Learning
• Childcare Assistance Available    
• On-Going Developmental Assessments
• Parent Involvement Activities
• Developmentally appropriate, researched based curriculum aligned with Kentucky’s Early Childhood Standards

Ages 6 Weeks - 12 Years Old

Why We Do It

One of the biggest barriers for single parents perusing higher education is access to quality, affordable, childcare for their children. In addition, we recognize that during the first 6 years of life, a child’s brain develops rapidly creating the highest potential for learning. Early childhood education in high-quality settings significantly impacts a child’s chances for success throughout their life. By instilling an early love of learning, and fostering physical, emotional and social development, children are ready to learn by the time they enter kindergarten. Research shows that long-term early childhood programs increase lifelong earning potential, lower rates of teen pregnancy and incarceration, enable students to have higher earnings, lower the crime rates, and increase high school graduation rates. It is our hope that this success in learning carries them through to college.