This is Extreme makeover Preschool edition. If you are drawn to the allure of a delapidated manufactured home in need of an overhaul and you actually make it past the front door, heed my warning. The combined educational backgrounds of their ""teachers"" may make them perfect candidates for the TSA, but it takes a lot of training to be involved in the nurturing and development of young children. Giving birth is NOT a natural evolution into the teaching profession. An afternoon sucking face with a rubber dummy and getting CPR certified and attending evening classes does not prepare someone to interact with young minds.A degree and love for young people is key and they are lacking this passion. The price albeit is tempting, but let me assure you that a few trips to the Dollar Tree will garner some phonics books and will have more of an academic impact on your child. If you are tempted by the low cost and being able to meet your friend girls at Starbucks for a few hours, don't buy the Venti and save your money for the long term therapy your child will need from the PTSD. The teachers are crass, annoyed and make snide comments to the children and parents during their wonderful meetings where your children sing songs and the ""teachers"" get to remind you that ""Johnny picks his nose and eats his boogers, but it won't affect him going to Harvard (insert saracasm here). I have teenage babysitters that are more adept at providing quality childcare at a low price and have more skills in their arsenals of child development and behavior modification. I am surprised they haven't instituted the daily dunce cap activity and the theme of the month could be Romper room in the trailor park. Don't hesitate to consult with the hoarders that live next door. The neighbors have many tales to tell about what goes on behind the barbed wire fencing. There are many affordable alternatives in Clark County, that would result in Johnny learning the proper classroom ettiquette and his ABC's. Just say no to The Mini School. Sadly, there was a time when this school offered a quality program to the community, but those days are long gone.