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Launched 16 years ago in Ft. Worth, TX, Children’s Lighthouse Learning Centers has emerged as one of today’s leading values-based educational childcare systems in the United States.
Children’s Lighthouse Learning Centers offer ample play areas (both inside and out), on-site meal services, after-school programs for kids up to age 12, summer camps and safe, secure environments in approximately 10,000 square-feet of space. Parents gain peace of mind through online video links to rooms, computerized building entry, security monitoring and transportation to and from area elementary schools.
With experienced educational childcare professionals guiding the company’s operations, Children’s Lighthouse has integrated into its programs the A Beka curriculum, which is widely recognized as the leading early-learning curriculum. A Beka incorporates elements of fun and entertainment into the educational component to keep kids engaged at all times.
Children’s Lighthouse is experiencing record high enrollment and widespread interest among investors as a direct result of their comprehensive curriculum for young children, nurturing care, and a business model that has produced a zero percent franchise failure rate. To meet the demand for additional centers, the company recently unveiled an expansion strategy that calls for the development of more than 100 new learning centers nationwide during the next five years.
There are currently 29 Children’s Lighthouse Learning Centers operating, with 20 more in development. The company has approximately 250 employees among its company headquarters and eight company-owned centers.
Children’s Lighthouse franchise owners whose schools were open at least 18 months had average gross revenues of $1,546,367 (as disclosed in Item 19 of their FDD).
According to Stephen Dixon, vice president of franchise development for Children’s Lighthouse Learning Centers, “Once our franchisees get a sense of the impact they are making on their communities and the income level they can achieve, many seek to move forward with second and third schools.”
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To learn more about available franchise opportunities, please visit www.childrenslighthousefranchise.com or contact Stephen Dixon at firstname.lastname@example.org, (888) 338-4466 x1. For general information, visit www.childrenslighthouse.com.