Celebree School, a leader in early childhood education with 43 open or under development school locations in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, has awarded Josephine and Edward Johnson two franchises. They will own and operate Celebree School locations in Loudoun County, Arlington or Fairfax, Virginia.
As first time business owners, the unwavering support they received from the Celebree team helped solidify their decision to franchise with the company.
“The Celebree School franchise model seemed like the ideal way to help us succeed with our goal of owning a business and getting to market quickly, said Josephine Johnson, an economist who previously worked as a teacher in Kenya. “The pros of going with a franchise far outweighed trying to open a business on our own.”
Faculty and staff at Celebree School believe success in early childhood development is equal parts curriculum and connection that extends beyond the classroom and into the homes and neighborhoods of the students. The Celebree approach is not simply about educating the “whole child” but the “whole family.”
“As parents, we saw firsthand the vital role preschool played in our son’s life and we want to have that type of impact on other families,” said Josephine Johnson.
As franchisees, the Johnson family is investing in their financial future and their local community.
“From the moment we met Josephine and Edward, our entire leadership team knew we were destined to work together,” said Richard Huffman, founder and CEO of Celebree. “Their passion for community and education mixed with the drive to succeed is precisely what we look for when awarding franchises.”
For more information on franchise opportunities, visit the www.celebree.com
or contact Jim DiRugeris, Chief Development Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-391-6533.