Our oldest son "graduated" from Kindergarten at School of Little Scholars. His 1st Grade teacher at the public school kept asking where he went for Kindergarten because he was more than well prepared. He was confident, able to work independently, reading above grade level and had great classroom manners. We thank School of Little Scholars for all that they have done. Our youngest son is currently at the school. Last year, he was tested as a Pre-K student as he exited speech therapy. He tested into the 90th percentile in all areas. The speech therapist was very impressed and wanted the school's information to pass on to other families. Our little guy will finish up Kindergarten here and we are know that he will have the confidence and preparation for 1st Grade that his older brother has had. We love everyone at the school from the person at the front desk to the teachers to the director. Too bad it doesn't go up to 8th Grade!
My son came from another school and we saw an immediate imporvment in his behavior. The teachers and the director give 1 on 1 attention. Their structure was exactly what our son needed unlike his prior school. I highly recommend this school and the break down of the cost options was a plus instead of one flat price no matter how long your child is there.
The teachers give one status on the children, while the director will tell you something else. They can't seem to be on the same page. Also, unless your child is a complete robot that never misbehaves, I would not recommend this school. They only seem to be able to handle children that never act up.
Our Daughter has attended this great school for 3 years. Her little sister is next. I would recommend this school (and have) to anyone who cares about a great start for your child. It's not cheap, but that keeps the riff-raff at bay. Quality teachers and staff, quality students, quality parents. I only wish they had facilities to extend to PK-8!
Our 3 yr-old kid goes to this school for about 1.5yrs. He loves his teachers and seems to learn English pretty well (which is not his native language). Classes were recently downsized to 5-6 kids and more teachers were hired.