Bay Hill, Orlando, FL Daycare

The Learning Center of South Park serves parents who live or work in the Bay Hill area of Orlando.

Our daycare location is just a 13-minute drive from your location. Just head toward Bay Hill Blvd, and turn right onto Apopka Vineland Rd. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Sand Lake Rd. Continue driving toward W Sand Lake Rd,  Commodity Circle to our location in South Park, straight to FL-482 E/W Sand Lake Rd, then turn right. Next is slight right onto S John Young Pkwy then turn right at the first cross street and turn left onto Future Dr. Another right turn and turn left.

Because we’re so well located near many amenities and the busy business park, many parents find it a great location to drop off the children on their way to work.

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About Bay Hill, Orlando, FL

Bayhill is a neighborhood in Orlando, Florida. It was initially a rural area, but it has been built up with housing and commercial developments. In the year 2000, Bayhill had about 85 homes and an estimated population of 1,700 people. It also had two major shopping centers: The Marketplace at BayHill and The Pointe at BayHill Shopping Center, which opened in 2008.
The Pointe Shopping Center features Target, PetSmart, Pier One Imports, and Marshalls, and restaurants such as Red Lobster and Fatburger/Pizza Hut Express. Several offices for professional services include dentists’ offices (Dr. Tina’s Dental Care), doctors’ offices (Medical Arts Physicians Group), and a physical therapy office. The neighborhood library, Bay Hill Library, is located on the shopping center property and offers free WiFi access.

The new high school in the area is Timber Creek High School which opened in August 2009. Nearby private schools include the First Academy of Ocala and Montverde Academy. It is also a short drive to Rollins College in Winter Park and Eustis, both state universities. In the future, a 17-acre portion of BayHill will be used to build a major medical center for Orlando Health on McCulloch Road in a project that is expected to cost over $75 million. The hospital will have 120 beds initially but could expand up to five stories with a capacity of over 500 beds in the future.

The schools here are relatively new and have met with tremendous success. The neighborhood is clean, safe, and fun for families with kids of all ages. In addition, supermarkets, restaurants, and businesses are conveniently located close by or just a short drive away. Bayhill seems to be a melting pot for diverse age groups, from young children attending one of the four elementary schools in the area to college students at Rollins College just minutes away from BayHill, who reside there during their studies.
In 2000, Bayhill had a population of approximately 1,700 people. In the 2000 census, it was found that the average age of the residents was 38.6 years of age, with 22% being under 18 years old. Ninety-two percent of the residents were white, 0.7% were Hispanic or Latino, 0.5% were Black or African American, and 2% were of some other race. Out of all those surveyed in BayHill, 55% were female, and 45% were male.

According to the 2008 Census Bureau estimates, 28% of the population is between 25 and 44 years old. Also, 20% are 45-64 years old. More females than males live in Bay Hill, with 50% being female and 49% male. The U.S median age is 36 years old, which matches up reasonably well with the population of BayHill.

One of the best restaurants in the Bay Hill area is Jiko. They offer a variety of delicious dishes, and it’s excellent for both family dinners and date nights. Other options in the area include The Ravenous Pig, Hollywood Brown Derby, and Via Napoli.

For more general Orlando dining suggestions, have a look at this article: Best Restaurants in Orlando 2014
Trader Joe’s is another good option for groceries. We’ve written about it here: Orlando Trader Joe’s – A Great Place To Eat And Shop.
Along the same lines, Whole Foods opened in Winter Park recently, and that can be found here: The Good Life at Whole Foods Market. If you are staying on International Drive, there is a Whole Foods there as well. There are ample grocery options in the I-Drive area for visiting with your “on-the-go” family.

If you have a car, it’s an easy drive to Wekiva Springs and Disney World (obviously). If you’re reliant on public transportation and want to explore further afield, a rental car would be the way to go.

Find Out More About Bay Hill, Orlando, FL Daycare

For the premier Bayhill childcare, reserve your place on our waiting list.

Taking this step ensures your child has an opportunity to attend our popular school. There’s no obligation on your part, but as soon as your name is on the list, you have the option of a place.

Simply click on the button below to set up a date and time to meet our director Ms. Helen. She will answer all your questions and ensure you have the option of a spot for your child at the very popular Learning Center of South Park, Orlando.

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