From Baltimore County’s more urban areas, to Howard County’s affluent suburbs, there’s a lot of potential in one of the country’s smallest states. Lightbridge Academy can help turn this potential into big opportunities for Maryland’s underserved children by bringing key learnings from education scholars together in our curriculum to impact the “whole” child.
Baltimore County, surrounding the City of Baltimore, is bustling with busy professionals that only want the best for their kids and need the confidence that their children are being entrusted to a safe, nurturing environment. Public transportation is abundant, with multiple bus, train and subway lines crisscrossing the County, making commuting into the City of Baltimore or around the metro area a breeze for residents.
Towns in Howard County can always be found on lists like “America’s Top Places to Live” or “Maryland’s Best Towns,” and for good reason. Howard is known for its affluence, high quality of life for its residents and excellent school system often ranked #1 in Maryland – the perfect fit for Lightbridge Academy to bring quality education and a love of learning to the County’s children.
Anne Arundel County is known as the “land of pleasant living.” According to the County’s government, Anne Arundel has one of the strongest economies in the state and is a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers to settle down. This active county along the coast of Maryland is close enough to work in more urban areas like the City of Baltimore while still being able to raise a family in a rural environment.
Located in northern Maryland with access to I-95 along the Chesapeake Bay, Harford County offers the unique opportunity of giving residents the ability to easily commute in and out of state to Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C., while still retaining an amazing quality of life for their children in a rural setting.
A predominantly rural county, Carroll County is becoming a more suburban area, trading farmland for more businesses. The County’s emerging technology and manufacturing sectors are enticing new and established businesses to invest in Carroll County. The need for quality child care goes hand in hand with this economic development.
Frederick County is the largest county in Maryland, boasting miles of green pastures and rolling mountain ranges. Highly rated school systems entice Washington, D.C. commuters to raise their families in this picturesque county just one hour away from D.C.’s city center.
Located within Montgomery County are Bethesda and Silver Springs – two of the most populous places to live in for those who work in Washington, D.C. Being a short drive away from D.C. makes this county the perfect place to give busy professionals peace of mind in entrusting their kids to a quality educational environment like Lightbridge Academy on their way to and from work every day.
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Lightbridge Academy offers a unique Circle of Care, in which the needs of parents are as important as the care and education of their children. Lightbridge Academy serves children from six weeks of age through Kindergarten.