Preschool | Nonsectarian | 46 students |
Scripps' Exploring Academy is a preschool located in San Diego, California. It accepts 1 year olds and up.
This preschool's average Community Rating, based on 5 reviews, is 4 out of 5 stars.
What a Great Preschool! My son looks forward to going here. After the first few days, he never cried again. He talks about what he did today and talks well of his teachers. I have met the staff and owner and they are professional and pleasant people. The teachers are genuine and love children. The children have their day planned out everyday. The facility is secure and one has to enter a key code to enter the facility.
Both of my children attended this school for 5 years. The teachers are very caring, know all of the children well, and do an awesome job. The director knows every single child and parent, and works hard to make it a great experience for each of them individually.
I have dropped my child in this when he was 18 months old. My child was very unhappy and I am not satisfied with the care provided to my child.
The teachers all seem very personable and energetic.
We started my DD at 4 mos (now 1 yr) and have been VERY HAPPY with the care. More soon with the Infant teacher (Ms. Xuan- THE BEST) than the Crawlers, but very happy with the Walker Room staff. Overall the center is very well run by Christine and staff is sweet and attentive to the children. Center facilities are a little run down, but would definitely recommend this place.
The teachers and staff are very in tuned to the kids developmental needs. My child has been a part of the school since he was 3 months and he loves going to school. He has bonded with the teachers and has grown so much. He walked earlier, learned sign language, learned how to interact with other kids his age, and bonded with the teachers. At 15 months, he has been exposed to art projects and music. It has been a great experience
Teachers are very caring towards the children. They are starting to offer more activities such as gymnastics. Not much parent involvement, but I think if the school would ask, more parents would be involved.
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