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123 S.E. 1st Avenue

Hallandale, FL 33009

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Posted April 14, 2014

What is really important to me as a parent is that my child is receiving an excellent education, is being taught skills that will take him through life, and that he is in a safe and nuturing environment. I have met parents whose kids went to AMS and the feedback I hear is that their children are ahead of the game. I already see my child working above his age level. The school may not be new or have frills, but they have experience, the inside is clean, and full of materials. My only regret is that I did not put my child in earlier and wasted a year, plus they only go up to Kindergarten but better late than never! - See more at:
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Posted August 27, 2013

All three of my daughters attended Aventura Montessori and it was a great experience for us. Each of my girls was able to read at an early age. The school not only gave them a solid academic foundation but they also developed confidence and independent working skills. It was good to see most of the same teachers over those 8 to 9 years.
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Posted April 15, 2013

I am a parent who pulled my child out of AMS and I can tell you that my postings have been deleted twice by this "site." This site DOES not reflect real information by parents but mostly self-serving statements from the schools. So DO NOT trust the ratings. I had a terrible experience at AMS. They have a policy of punishing the parents and making them wait outside in the parking lot 30 minutes for being late. In addition there are many break- ins in the parking lot. The school is in a run-down area and there is a much better Montessori school just 3 miles north in Hollywood.
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Posted March 10, 2013

If you've got your priorities in order I think you will like this school for several reasons. First, the education- my child learns things that even I don't know sometimes. The children receive a well rounded education, they learn social skills, leadership skills, and independence. I also think the safety and organization is well planned. If you are one of those parents who is laid back you may have to adjust, but children need to learn discipline which is lacking so much these days. The school does not have an open door policy and to be honest I feel safer knowing that. I like that the playground is not visible from the street or parking lot and that the doors are always locked. The administration is experienced and helpful so whether I can have daily contact with the teachers or not I know my child is in good hands and my questions are always addressed in a timely manner so I can relax and go on with my day.
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