Celebree School Breaks Ground On New 25,000-Square-Foot Corporate Headquarters In Nottingham
PERRY HALL - Celebree School, a leading name in early childhood education and care, broke ground on its new corporate headquarters at 8029 Corporate Drive in Nottingham last Friday.
Celebree School acquired the location for $3 million last September, aiming to transfer approximately 50 of its corporate staff members to a new 25,000-square-foot establishment. The school currently operates 34 centers across Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, offering before and after-school care, preschools, summer camps, and more.
"Congrats to Celebree School for breaking ground on your new corporate headquarters in Nottingham, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski said. "I hope this new location allows you to grow your success & continue preparing the next generation of leaders!"
The journey of Celebree started in 1994 when Richard Huffman inaugurated his first childcare center in Ellicott City, MD, under the banner 'Enchanted Child Care.'
With just 25 employees, Huffman's vision was crystal clear. Two years later, the opening of another branch in Parkville, MD – recognized as the "Carney" site – solidified the belief that Richard's model had enormous potential. By 1997, Richard's vision spread to four centers across Maryland, providing care to over 400 children and employing more than 100 individuals.
The company experienced steady growth through the years, rebranding as Celebree Learning Centers® in 2002, expanding outside Maryland for the first time in 2007, and enhancing its corporate infrastructure by 2012. As the brand continued to evolve, 2014 saw the birth of a new flagship location in Lutherville.
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