Ceremony welcomes New Horizons to Valley

Photo courtesy of Greater Stillwater Area Chamber of Commerce
New Horizon Academy Director Meghan Chandler and President Chad Dunkley cut the ribbon celebrating the opening of New Horizon’s Oak Park Heights location with the support of other management personnel, staff and local business owners. Rose Floral of Stillwater of Stillwater donated the ribbon.

OAK PARK HEIGHTS— Local business owners joined the New Horizon Academy Director Meghan Chandler, President Chad Dunkley and academy personnel for a Nov. 14 ribbon cutting sponsored by the Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce.

New Horizon Academy offers early childcare and education for children between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years. They boast a nationally awarded curriculum, highly trained professional and educated teachers, and enriched classrooms.

New Horizon Academy has been serving families since Sue Dunkley launched the company in 1971. New Horizon Academy now has 60 centers and serves more than 6,000 children.

Their remodeled Oak Park Heights location at 5903 Neal Ave. North opened in July near Stillwater Area High School. The academy is open from 6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information or to schedule a tour of the academy, call 651-209-0093 or visit www.newhorizonacademy.net.