Sylvan moves to Lone Tree office, plans more sites in county

Staff report
Posted 4/9/19

Sylvan Learning recently opened its first Lone Tree center, providing a more central site with easier access for Douglas County families, Mark Bellestri, owner of Sylvan Learning, said in a news …

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Sylvan moves to Lone Tree office, plans more sites in county

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Sylvan Learning recently opened its first Lone Tree center, providing a more central site with easier access for Douglas County families, Mark Bellestri, owner of Sylvan Learning, said in a news release.

“There are so many other activities and retail stores, and our families are finding it a great place to be,” Bellestri said in the release. “Moms and dads can do more and get more done while their students are at the center.”

The center moved from its Highlands Ranch site in February, with a grand opening on March 9.

Sylvan Learning has been open in the Douglas County area for 25 years and plans to open a site in Parker this June.

From there, Sylvan plans to open two satellite locations, one in western Douglas County near the border of Highlands Ranch and Littleton, and a second in the Castle Rock-Castle Pines area. Both locations are expected to be up and running in the next two years, the release said.

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