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Rhema Child Development Center5
Posted July 23, 2013
- a parent
We have two children enrolled at RCDC, and our oldest has been there for almost 4 years. We are very happy with the program and the curriculum is incredibly advanced. The teachers go out of their way to help your child learn in their own way, and they work with the parents if there are any problems that need to be addressed. I recommend this daycare to anyway in the area that wants a caring environment that will also teach your children above and beyond what is "normal" for their age.
Our daughter is now three and a half and has attended RCDC for three years. We have been very happy with the program; her teachers really seem to care and she is well taken care of. They have a great curriculum and she knows all her letters, numbers in English and Spanish, etc. and we get a paper each week with the theme she is learning about. She has moved up in classrooms frequently so she doesn't get bored.
My son has been at Rhema for almost 5 years. He started when he was 6 weeks old. My sister, who was previously in child-care in the area, told me this was the best day-care around. They have excellent curriculum; at age 2 he was counting, saying the alphabet, he could recognize colors (not just primary) and shapes (not just general). Learning more advanced concepts has continued at every age and classroom level. Every day I am amazed at his vocabulary; his usage of word tense is beyond his age and education level. The teachers and staff truly care about the students and they provide a great foundation that is needed in these critical early years. For my family, this has been a very positive choice.
Horrible!! I enrolled my son here and took him out 2 months later. The facility is nice but the staff is not. I am so upset how my son was treated and he was only 2 years old. I would NEVER recommend this center. They put too many kids in one room and it is complete chaos. They do not care about your child. I called DHS and they should not have 24 2-year olds in one room no matter how large the room is and if they have 1 teacher per 8. My son was injured so many times in the short time he was there. He still has a scar on his face from the 1st incident. I am so disappointed b/c i really thought this was a good center but i was wrong.