I can't say enough good things about GSP! We started our daughter in the Infant Toddler room at 8 months old, and as you know, leaving your baby at a school/daycare while you go to work is such a hard decision. But we fell in love with GSP immediately. They were so welcoming, on top of all regulations and I felt like she was with family when I dropper her off! The teachers are all so loving, caring and nurturing! She was so well taken care of and at the end of the day I had a full report of what she did all day. Our daughter then moved up into the Purple room (2-3 year olds) which was even better! She wakes up in the morning asking to go to school. She loves her teachers, friends, classroom, playground, chapel, activities etc. It is such a great learning environment that caters to their growth and development, no matter what stage your child is in. Unfortunately our family will be moving soon and we will miss GSP dearly. I am so thankful we found this school and that our daughter had the opportunity to grow and learn in such an amazing environment. Thank you GSP for all you do for our little ones!
I have 2 children at Good Shepherd, both myself and my kids love it. My 4 year old has Miss Christina and he adores her and can't wait to get to school in the morning. I've seen great improvement in his writing and social skills. Office staff are always so helpful when I come to them with questions. Such a warm and loving environment.
I've had my kids here for 3 years +. All teachers are great here, except for one I've encountered during my son's last year. She seems to show favoritism among kids and treats us parents nicely only when the director is around. Other than that, GSP is a great preschool in a loving Christian environment.
This is my 4th consecutive year at this school. Unfortunately it's gotten worse for me. It is very expensive for what it is. Although generally the teachers are so loving and sweet, many of them are so inexperienced. This school has alot of potential because the teachers mean well. It's too bad the schools doesn't do enough to support them. In turn it affects our children. Hopefully in the years to come GSP can rise up and really try to prepare its students for Kindergarten.