My child came to NQACC after a year of in-home care, and after I'd interviewed many, many other places. It's one of the least expensive. It's efficiently, lovingly run, with a gentle curriculum, teachers who know and adore my child, well-educated and helpful directors. The center is truly a positive aspect to my child's life, socially, emotionally and intellectually. To comment to the other review: the center's former director retired last year, but the new director's added new programs without sacrificing quality.
Pros: inexpensive, loving, well-run
Cons: large, same-age classrooms, small playground