Eastern Pennsylvania’s proximity to NYC and New Jersey and its urban economic center of Philadelphia make its counties attractive places to live for busy, young professionals interested in a country lifestyle for themselves and their families. Quality child care is necessary as more of eastern PA becomes developed and more young couples choose to leave the hustle and bustle of urban cities behind in favor of a longer, but worthwhile commute from the rural suburbs.
Bucks County is known for its sprawling beauty, rich history and abundant culture, making this county a picturesque place to start and grow a family. Only 25 miles from Philadelphia and 75 from New York City, Bucks is the perfect location for professionals to settle down in a quiet, country setting while still enjoying the ease of commuting to more urban areas.
With its proximity to New Jersey and easy access to I-78, Lehigh County is a popular county for families to move to while working in neighboring NJ. However, with Sands Casino in Bethlehem and a high-energy downtown creating jobs and attracting new business to the area, many people do choose to live, work and play all in Lehigh County.
A rural suburb in the Philadelphia metro area, Montgomery County recently instated a new Department of Commerce to entice new business with an easy process to build or expand their businesses within the County – development that goes hand-in-hand with the need for quality, safe child care.
As the wealthiest county in Pennsylvania, Chester County residents expect only the best for their children when it comes to care and education – the perfect location for Lightbridge Academy to deliver exactly that: exceptional child care that encourages a lifelong love of learning for all involved in our Circle of Care.
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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.