This is an awesome school!\r
As a working mother of four daughters it was very important to me to find a great environment to have my daughters at when not at home. I found this environment in 1998, when my oldest daughter was only three. I had recently moved back to the area and interviewed over 15 different schools and daycares to start her education at. I have never question my decision, this school is awesome. It is a smaller school with about 85-95 children from age 1 to 7. Montessori is the system that is taught here and if you don't know about it, you need to come in and see for yourself. \r
Children are not treated as kids to be watched over, but as individuals seeking to learn and know more about their lives, the world and environment in which they live. It is a loving environment where children are not coddled but are encouraged to learn and explore. It is amazing when your three year old comes home and tells you what they have learned about when studying Africa and Asia. \r
It is funny when I go and pick my children in the afternoon, and they want to stay and play. I have found that many of the kids that attend this school are very well rounded. After your child attends here a while and they are placed in an open environment, you can tell the kids apart by their ability to cope with things and their open minds and caring attitude. Though I may sound biased, you will find many other parents that feel the same way. \r
I can not say enough great things about this school. Go take a tour - Ruth Anne, Mindy and Captain Charlie are always available for you.
Pros: Great environment for learning, awesome teachers, many tools for learning
Cons: I wish the school had a larger location