Like most parents we did tour lots of preschools before putting him in town and country. We tried bright horizons for a month and it was very very bad.
This Montessori has less students in each class below state requirement and the teachers are very caring , nurturing and exceptional. Unlike other Montessori's there are 3 teachers in each class with lots of experience. They keep parents informed and involved about the child's progress. Teachers also give one on one time for a whole week for new students so they can get to know the child better and comfort him/her from separation anxiety. Our son(3 yrs when we started) loved going there from day 1. Initially we put him part time but within 2 weeks he wanted to be with his friends. He is very good academically too. Everyday he would get a book and ask us to give him some math problems and dictate some words so he can show to his teacher. Teachers do an excellent job in helping a kid grow physically,mentally and socially strong. Apart from regular academics they also have extra-curricular activities like yoga, sign language,Spanish etc,etc. The director(Ms. Suranghi) does an excellent job making parents get involved in summer activities(science projects,scavenger hunt,wheel day,splash day,cooking,gardening,etc) , special visitors to classes and other annual functions held in the school.
We moved to cedar park area last year and couldn't find any like town and country montessori. We love the school very much so drove him south everyday for last 8 months. Lot more good things i can keep on writing but honestly tour the preschool for yourself. We can guarantee that you will never be disappointed with this preschool.