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Any school that asks for a month's deposit up front shouldn't inspire confidence!! I agree that management is very money focused. The owner is completely hands-off, and the administrator is far too focused on rules - and does a horrible job of communicating with parents. They don't believe in celebrating holidays, some of the teachers aren't very caring, and they charge more than other comparable schools. Also, many classrooms have 2-3 teachers throughout the day - what about continuity for the children?? On the positive side, they do have some good teachers, and the building looks nice.
I can only speak for the kindergarten program but it is amazing. The teacher is incredible. My son is five and he is already adding and subtracting fractions, reading chapter books on his own and can identify at least five parts of speech. He is encouraged to express himself and has been taught tolerance and conflict resolution. All the while, he is nurtured and safe. He can't wait to go to school each day and wants to stay later and later in the afternoon. The teachers and staff are very hands on and always available to parents should we have any concerns. I can't say enough good things about the kindergarten program at Future Assets.
Low quality school. Management is very money focused. Teachers are average. Overall the school is not worth the money.
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