Preschool | 150 students |

PHONE: (786) 422-6262

FAX: (305) 397-1977

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600 Southwest 1st Avenue

Miami, FL 33130

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Posted October 2, 2014

My experience with the school has been great. My two boys are very happy at the school. The relationship with the director is very open and professional.
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Posted June 9, 2014

KLA Aventura is lacking in professionalism overall. The facility is new, orderly and the tour sounds the part. But the delivery is VERY poor. Children will socialize, and that is about it, which amounts to taking the child to the park or any other play center. Teachers have no depth and high turnover. Read below, and you will see that since the beginning back in 2012, till now, 2014, nothing has changed. Bad investment, poor return. Parents only take there kids there if it is convenient to their work, and cannot be bothered to look elsewhere. There are at least 5 EXCELLENT options in the 5 mile radius that are A rated.
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Posted October 9, 2013

I checked out Coconut Creek KLA school. Director doesn't know what she is doing. Very wishy washy. The receptionist is rather loud and kind of obnoxious and never seems to have answers to questions. Teachers seemed nice but there were no children enrolled in my child's age group(3), only toddlers. Didn't have good feeling. Went elsewhere.
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Posted July 9, 2013

Be wary of the AVENTURA campus. First, there is an extremely high turnaround rate of teachers - teachers leaving the school every 3mo. on average; so your child never gets acclimated to a teacher for too long, there is always a poor learning curve. In addition, both teachers and director seem to be quite young and inexperienced as to what is within the normal range for a child and their specific age of development. Parent-Director Conferences are quite unsatisfactory as well. The director and teachers don't communicate well with parents, and they refuse to work with the students in a manner which would benefit the student, they seem to only want to benefit the school. On the outside its pretty, but really its on the inside that counts.
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