We could not be more pleased with the PJCC! My son was there for 2 years. The first year, his teacher was very in tune with child development and within 2 months was able to notice that his development was behind. I'm convinced that it might have been missed somewhere else. Thanks to Teacher Vicki, he has gotten the help he needs. His Pre-K gave him the emotional support he needed to make the transition into more academic stuff and to feel like everyone else. The curriculum, while Jewish based, is inclusive. It was more cultural than religious. We are Jewish, so it was wonderful to have them reinforce my son's identity and joy of the rituals of Judaism. But he was also learning his letters and doing art projects and Thanksgiving plays and playing with friends and reading stories and all the things you'd find in a non-Jewish preschool. Even in the 3 year old program, they go weekly to a "gym" movement class and host a music specialist. In the pre-K program, a water readiness swimming class is added. There are half-day and full-day options, enrichment (similar to recreation center classes) and a lunch program that extends the day for half-day participants. I am excited to see my son go to Kindergarten, but I will definitely miss the JCC and the JCC Community.