Home to some of the wealthiest counties in America, New York is the perfect place for Lightbridge Academy to bring our brand of best-in-class, innovative standards of educational child care. This discerning audience of families want nothing more than the best money can buy for their kids –bring them the best with Lightbridge Academy.
Nassau, next to Suffolk, is tied as the most expensive county to live in the U.S., so its residents expect the best out of everything – especially their day care options. Located on Long Island directly next to NYC, Nassau is the perfect place for commuters who work in the city and love raising their family in a quiet, suburban area just outside the hectic urban setting of the city. Its beaches, golf courses, museums and gardens make Nassau feel more than a few miles from busy Times Square, but easy access to the Long Island Railroad makes work and play in the city convenient for its residents.
Located on the eastern end of Long Island, Suffolk is home to NYC commuters, Hamptons second-homeowners and entrepreneurs. This wealthy county is tied with Nassau for being the most expensive county to live in the U.S., and the residents’ standard for child care is high – Lightbridge Academy high. Suffolk is the cultural hub of Long Island with miles of beaches, wineries, casinos and nightlife, and it is easily reachable for residents to and from NYC with the Long Island Railroad.
From White Plains to New Rochelle, Westchester is great place to raise children, especially for hip Brooklyn transplants looking to start a family. Another wealthy county, Westchester is a popular location for NYC commuters to settle down in order to work in the city but still experience suburban living with their families. Commuting is easy with use of the Metro-North Railroad and abundant bus transport in and out of the city.
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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.