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PHONE: (209) 567-1115

3501 San Clemente Avenue

Modesto, CA 95356

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Posted September 17, 2014

We are in my daughters 3rd year here!!! Love it!!! Will be sending my next kid as soon as she is 3. The teachers are great, the director is axing, and they are on top on the kids. I understand it's not for everyone with their method, but it's for us.
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Posted November 18, 2013

This school has good teachers but they charge crazy! I paid $1500 for only two month for 3 hours a day. from Sep16 to Nov. 18. The director said I have to pay August even through the school start Sep. 16. It's ridiculous! And my daughter's schedule is from 12:30 to 3:30. Usually from 12:10, the kids all seat my themselves reading the book and the teacher start vacuum the floor! What is this? And the most ridiculous thing is you don't know if you are charged late fee, one of my friend only late 5 min, they charge one hour late fee, which is $7. And they charge early fee too. You have to pay an additional $200 for not participate school activities. This school is the most nightmare that I will remember forever!
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Posted March 5, 2010

Had a child here>> The whole place is sort of like a military boot camp. I don't know if that's just the way all Montessori schools are but I can tell you this is like military style. Go observe when the kids have lunch.. it's dead silent! These are 2,3 & 4 year olds.. But they are not allowed to be kids. Also, most of the instructors do not speak English very well so common sense would tell you that the kids might have a little problems understanding instruction. I don't really believe they care for the kids in general because they are at capacity.. So if you kid leaves, oh well, someone else is coming.. This school has no religion studies, unless you are into Kwanzaa. No kidding, they learn about Kwanzaa, which is an African Celebration.. not that there's anything wrong with that.. however, this is the U.S.

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Posted October 26, 2009

I consider Montessori as one of best especially for kids starting to go to school. The Director & the teachers are very good. My son started here since barely 4 years old as preschooler & he's now in Kinder in the same school. It's very organized. Kids are well behaved & with good manners. The school has a different method of teaching which provides an advance learning in math & reading for my son. If they will have classes up to 5th grade, I would enroll my son for the next school year.
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