[TROY, MI – October 22, 2015] – Rainbow Child Care Center – a leading provider of early education and child care services – has paired with MeadWestVaco – a Fortune 500 company that specializes in packaging – to bring top-tier early education to the city of Summerville, South Carolina.
The newly constructed facility will be located within Nexton – MeadWestVaco’s innovative living community – at 310 Brighton Park Boulevard, and is set to open early-December. The school will accommodate roughly 140 children, offer challenging academic-based programs, and provide care for children ages six weeks through 12 years.
“We are excited about the opening of our second South Carolina school, and look forward to servicing the area’s childcare needs,” said Patrick Fenton, CEO of Rainbow Child Care Center. “We know that the quality care and education we will provide in this center will exceed our customer’s highest expectations, and we are thrilled at the opportunity to do so.”
Rainbow offers four all-inclusive opportunities for educational enrichment. With its commitment to student learning, each program is designed for specific age groups to ensure that every child is engaging in developmentally appropriate activities:
Rainbow amenities include:
To learn more about our new school in Summerville, visit www.rainbowccc.com/Summerville.
About Rainbow Child Care Center
Rainbow Child Care Center operates over 100 child care centers in the eastern United States, and is the country’s fastest growing provider of high quality child care and early education.
Rainbow’s focus is on providing a safe “home away from home” environment. This includes The Creative Curriculum®, which supports children by building their confidence through hands-on exploration while developing independence.
Rainbow is comprised of over 2,300 employees who pride themselves on providing the best professional child care in the industry, and who are dedicated to creating Quality through Excellence in outstanding educational experiences. Learn more at www.rainbowccc.com.