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Preschool | Nonsectarian | 205 students |

PHONE: (561) 622-3628

FAX: (561) 694-9988

HOURS: 7 AM - 6PM

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3576 Ruby Street

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

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Posted July 12, 2013

Peter Pan Preschool has been the best experience. My son and daughter have loved all their teachers from the infant room through camp. We have been at the school for over 7 years and they are family. My second grader looks forward to seeing his friends and teachers on all school breaks and my daughter who just graduated from VPK says she is coming back to Peter Pan everyday afterschool. Peter Pan has truly given my kids a wonder ful start...they are confident and truly love to learn. We love Peter Pan Preschool and you will too!
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Posted July 5, 2011

Excellent program, loving Teachers...my children are happy and thriving. I would highly recommend Peter Pan.I visited 6 preschools and by far the warm family atmosphere of Peter Pan drew us in.
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Posted February 10, 2011

5 STAR "Quality Counts" school with loving teachers that have been at the school for 10-20 years, stimulating program and great communcation. My two boys(2 and 4) are thriving. My daughter who is in kindergarten experienced a great start with the enriching preschool program. I'm proud to say I attended the same preschool and have fond memories.
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Posted June 6, 2010

There's definitely a lack of communication at this school. After my son was attending for over a year, he suddenly started begging to not go to school. I found out that he was being separated from another child in his class (was never informed). Not sure what else was being done at school, but my son was very sad, saying he had no friends (at 3 years old). I also asked for a conference because I thought he should know his letters and numbers better (no response from school for conference request). Not to mention my child was sent home in clothing that wasn't his 3 times (he always had a complete change of clothing at school), the last time because he was "peed on" by another boy. The school said that they had "no idea" what happened to cause him to dread school. Needless to say, I withdrew him immediately.
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