Bright Beginnings Child Development Center, Inc.

“Bright Beginnings Lead to Brighter Futures”

Bright Beginnings of Harrisburg provides care and education for children 6 weeks-12 years. Bright Beginning of Hershey provides care for children 6 weeks- until the summer before kindergarten entrance. Our skilled teachers create a safe and friendly environment for your little ones to learn and grow!

We are NOW Serving 2 Locations!



Our Philosophy

Our philosophy is based on meeting the developmental needs of the children. The program provides developmentally appropriate activities and experiences that enhance cognitive, physical, social and emotional growth. The children will be encouraged to participate in personal interactions and self-concept skills through a balance of teacher initiated and child centered activities. Our teachers will serve as positive role models and facilitators who will help to guide the children. We believe that parents are the primary educators of their children. We would like to be partners with you in providing the care and education your children deserve!

Our Mission

Bright Beginnings Child Development Center, Inc. was developed to provide a loving, supportive, safe and educational environment for families who need infant, toddler, preschool and school-age care for their children. It is our goal to offer a program that meets the intellectual, moral, social, emotional, and physical needs of all children.

Bridging the Gap- Preschool to “The Big School”

The education the boys and girls are receiving at Bright Beginnings is directly linked with the PA Common Core. This education from the infant room to preschool to Pre-Kindergarten bridges the gap and builds fundamental building blocks for students to be successful in...

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Patriot Award by the U.S. Military

Gina Childress, the spouse of SSG Ashley Childress, Army National Guard, has nominated you to receive the Patriot Award. This is her way of thanking you, and Bright Beginnings, for supporting her, and other military families as they cope with deployments and...

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