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Businiess name:  Paideia Academy Montessori Pre-School
Review by:  L B.
Review content: 
Paideia Academy is a fantastic daycare/preschool. The director has undertaken this venture as a labor of love with a clear philosophy and direction. The staff is carefully chosen for their ability to both nurture and challenge the children in their care. The facility is open and light and well equipped. My children, now ages 7 and 4, started at Paideia four years ago. The academic challenges in the preschool were presented in a manner that captivated and entertained them so much that they eagerly looked forward to "going to school" each day. As a result, the oldest started kindergarten far ahead of many of her classmates. More importantly, however, she still talks of how much she misses her teachers and friends from Paideia. In many ways they are more like extended family than just teachers.

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