Building a better

Working together to bridge the gap in extended day early education and enrichment.


The Boston’s Bridge To Excellence program provides year-round supervised quality child care programs for parents or guardians that are working or in a qualified training program. We shall not discriminate in providing services to children or their families on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, cultural heritage, political beliefs, national origin, toilet training, disability, or marital status. Boston’s Bridge To Excellence offers Before School, After School, School Vacation and Summer Programs. Currently Boston’s Bridge To Excellence programs are located inside 4 Boston Public Schools, and are continuously expanding.

“Boston’s students are entitled to every untapped resource – and it’s our mission to give them unfiltered access. Our foundation challenges preconceived notions of what is possible for our kids and helps them looking excitedly toward a promising future.”

Mr. Dejon Rice
CEO and Founder of Boston’s Bridge to Excellence


All Boston’s Bridge To Excellence programs are licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. All BBTE programs are designed to provide services based on the child care needs for those parents who are working or in a training program. The programs are operated by trained educators who design and implement a wide range of activities, which encourage participation and recognition. The BBTE program is designed to provide child care during after school hours and at times during the year when children are not in school, and need supervised care the most. The hours of the program change during non-school periods. Children are exposed to a variety of activities and are given the opportunity to choose from a selection of teacher-facilitated activities as well as mandatory participation in activities designed for specific age groups. Children are not forced into programs that they cannot participate in due to physical or emotional impairments. A group’s maturity level and physical capabilities are used in program curriculums. Differentiation of instruction is regularly applied.