Do you dream of owning a business that is both profitable and rewarding? Then Kiddie Academy is the opportunity you've been waiting for! Our strong support system, training program, and proven business model will help you hit the ground running and have parents clamoring to enroll their children in your academy! We can't wait to hear from you so contact us today!
To buy a franchise with Kiddie Academy, you'll need to have at least $250,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $750,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of at least $402,000 - $877,000 (Leased), $3,762,000 - $5,967,000 (Purchased). Kiddie Academy charges a franchise fee of 2021 Initial Fee Credit: Fee reduced from $135,000 to $120,000 between now and SEP 30, 2021. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
What does Liquid Capital mean?
What is Net Worth?
|Total Investment:||$402,000 - $877,000 (Leased), $3,762,000 - $5,967,000 (Purchased)|
What does Total Investment mean?
|Franchise Fee:||2021 Initial Fee Credit: Fee reduced from $135,000 to $120,000 between now and SEP 30, 2021|
What is a Franchise Fee?
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Subsector:||Children's Educational Program|
There are many benefits to owning a Kiddie Academy child care learning center franchise:
We do have access to start-up assistance:
There is a minimum requirement of $250k liquidity and $750k net worth
*Based on mature, operating Academies open for 24 months or more, as of 12/31/2018, 12/31/2019 and 12/31/2020. Please see Item 19 of our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) for details.
Kiddie Academy History:
At Kiddie Academy, we awaken the possibilities through nurturing, learning and fun. By blending these things together, we ensure that our students are constantly stimulated, constantly interested and constantly growing. Our curriculum incorporates character development and life skills, reinforced with our family style dining and creative play. Kiddie Academy is accredited by Cognia, formerly known as AdvancED, an organization that accredits over 27,000 public and private schools and districts across the United States and in 69 countries. Accreditation is the result of a comprehensive review of the system's proven operating systems, proprietary curriculum, and commitment to continuous improvement.
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Interested parties should have at least $250,000 in liquid capital to invest.