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PHONE: (520) 628-1659

202 East Speedway Boulevard

Tucson, AZ 85705

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Posted December 9, 2013

I had a horrible experience at this school. My son was enrolled here to benefit from speech language services. If you have a perfect child then this is the right school for you, but if you have a child with special needs better look somewhere else. They charge an arm and a leg and are only looking for your money. The director is not supportive of the children, parents or educators, who by the way live in fear of her. Teachers and director do not get along and never agree on anything. Teachers are good, but will do what the director say, unfortunately they will not fight for your child. The school is nice, but you are paying for it. I do not recommend this school.
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Posted October 8, 2013

This school has to be one of the worst options in Tucson. The director has a lot to learn about how to help speech and language delayed kids and how to run a school. It is such a shame that tax payer dollars go to a school that actually does not help children with special needs, who need it most. My advice is to stay away from the school. There are many other great options in Tucson
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Posted October 8, 2013

I had a terrible experience with this school and I do not recommend it to anyone. The director and the teachers do not seem to get along and the director is a very poor communicator. It is a challenge to work with her. Neither the director nor the teachers know how to work with kids with disabilities, which should be the biggest concern for every school. Please look elsewhere, you will regret it if you don't!
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Posted September 3, 2013

This school is not what most people think it is. I volunteered long enough to notice the in professionalism and discrepancies that exist. The director gossips about her teaching staff, instigates, and shows favoritism. She makes them work extra hours without pay and she is never happy. As a director she has no consistency and violates very important state regulations. Many of the volunteers are not fingerprinted, and althoughshe claims they are not left alone with the children, it is not true. All those teachers live in fear. The director has very poor communication skills and no integrity. The director and teaching staff discuss "problematic" children in meetings and violate the parents and children's privacy. These children are often "discussed and libeled" even before they have talked to the parents. They have been accredited but things quickly change after they get accredited. The teachers sleep with the children at nap time as well! The Speech part is the only good thing about this school. A lot of parents have been unhappy with the director...but they don't have a defined chain of command...

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