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We are located in downtown Denver in the Denver Place Building. This is location is between 18th Street and 19th Street; and between Curtis Street and Champa Street. We offer a half hour of complementary parking in the lower level of the building, entrance to the garage is on the right hand side of Curtis. B-1 usually has plenty of visitor parking and the first elevator bank that you see is the No. Terrace elevators that will bring you directly to the third floor, Suite 350. If walking into the building the No. Terrace elevators are located behind Quiznos sandwich shop.

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Bright Horizons Montessori at Denver Place

(303) 293-2743
  • What Parents are Saying

    about Bright Horizons

    "If all leaders demonstrated the respect, confidence, and compassion that we’ve experienced at your school, we would live in a much better world."

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  • Apply Today

    Accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year

    We are now looking for families to join our school community in the following programs:
    • Nido (6 weeks-12 months of age)
    • Toddler (12 months - 24 months of age)
    • Mini (24-36 months of age)
    • Primary (36+ months of age)
    We recognize that the admissions process can be sometimes overwhelming. Our goal is to guide you toward becoming a part of our school community by making each step easy and comfortable for you and your child. 

    Our school provides top-notch education in a bright, cheerful space designed for learning. Many of our teaching staff have been teaching at the school for many years and are Montessori trained. 

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  • Curriculum

    Our Montessori Approach

    Curriculum at Bright Horizons’ Montessori Schools

    We provide your child with an education that lasts a lifetime by following Dr. Maria Montessori's groundbreaking methods and incorporating the most current thinking from today’s strongest Montessori practitioners in the field.

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  • About our Teachers

    Helping children reach their potential

    Bright Horizons Montessori-trained educators strive to provide the highest-quality curriculum and learning environment for each individual child. Every member of our community is valued for their distinctive abilities, talents and personalities. We embrace diversity at all levels of the Bright Horizons family.

    To facilitate this unique educational experience, teachers of the Montessori approach undergo very specific education and training. They prepare and adapt the environment to match children's readiness, both for the age group and the individual needs of the child. Additionally, they are keen observers of children in order to sequence and optimize lessons to make the most of learning moments.

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  • Health & Safety

    Because parents need peace of mind

    Our schools adhere to the highest health and safety practices in the industry with systems and procedures that ensure our environments are safe places where children can grow, explore and learn. This provides an optimal opportunity for children to engage in emerging physical, sensorial, perceptual, cognitive, and social skills at every age.

    Additionally, a key component of a Montessori education includes exercises where children learn care and respect for themselves and their environments, as well as how to contribute to society. Healthy living, physical activity and quality nutrition are incorporated into everyday practice to help develop well rounded, healthy children.

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