600 Giplin St 303.393.8648
Bright Star Early Learning Center believes that each child is an individual with unique needs and differences. BSELC recognizes that needs are met at different paces for each child. To allow for each child to develop to their fullest potential, the center provides an environment that fosters all aspects of development through comprehensive and multi-disciplinary activities. To encourage such growth, staff will provide an environment where children are able to interact with their surroundings and other children. Through play children learn trust, autonomy, and initiative. With highly trained staff and professionals from various disciplines, BSELC is committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment with a variety of programs to stimulate and encourage learning. This includes developing family and community partnerships. These partnerships allow for unique opportunities to increase, expand and enhance the potential of each child.
**If Bright Star is closed due to the weather, we will inform local news outlets. We will also send out an e-mail using the same address that the newsletter is sent to.**
Wednesday, November 4th
see Carol for details
Bright Star Early Learning Center is a non-profit preschool and child care facility. The enter is housed in the historical Episcopal Church of the Ascension located at the
point where the four neighborhoods of Cherry Creek, Denver Country Club, Cheesman
Park, and Congress Park meet.
Qualistar Rated Three Stars!
Full time year-round Child Care and Preschool
Bright Star is an independent non-profit organization which relies on the Church of the Ascension’s in-kind hospitality. Both entities work together to provide quality child care and early childhood education to Denver families. The Center does not advocate for any religion.
BSECL admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Center. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and other school-administered programs.