Preschool | Nonsectarian |

PHONE: (925) 932-3173

2323 Pleasant Hill Road

Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

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Posted August 23, 2009

CPC is an excellent preschool. It has a developmentally appropriate play-based curriculum, rather than stressing academics (to the disservice of our children's developing brains) as is the current trend. The teachers are committed, and most have been with the school for many years. The layout and grounds are fabulous, with two large indoor spaces and a very large outdoor space. There are chickens, fish, rabbits, and a snake for the children to learn about animals, and teachers sometimes bring in silk worms, tarantulas, etc. The parental involvement is quite sizable, but absolutely makes the experience great for the children and provides opportunities to make connections for the parents. Because of co-oping parents, the adult-child ratio is generally around 3-1, which is fantastic. I am very pleased with this school!
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Posted August 18, 2009

This is an awesome co-operative preschool. The teachers and families are very supportive. The best part is that the children learn through play!
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Posted August 17, 2009

Our family has had an amazing experience at CPC. Our son is now going into his second year at the school and we couldn't be happier. We have met so many wonderful people and there is a real sense of community and an invaluable support system with the other parents and teachers. I would highly recommend Creative Play to anyone interested in being an active part of their child's preschool years.
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Posted March 26, 2009

This is our second year and we will enter our last year by attending the Developmental Kindergarten next year. I could not imagine a better school for young children. I am grateful to have a school that offers a kindergarten particularly given the financial woes our local districts are facing now.
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