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PHONE: (907) 790-2299

Po Box 34365

Juneau, AK 99803

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Posted August 29, 2013

Valley Baptist Academy was a great experience for my daughter, who attended for 4 yr old preschool and Kindergarten. The teachers are friendly and easy to talk to. They love the kids, guide and teach them amazing things. My daughter learned a lot from the curriculum and art projects. She learned social skills appropriate to her age with Biblically -based values. As a parent, I was welcomed into the classroom to help when I could and on field trips. I would recommend this school to anyone. My daughter was well prepared for grade school. VBA has blessed our family greatly.
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Posted May 7, 2012

I can not speak for the other classes or teachers but here is our experience with Pre-K teacher Ms. Sarah. My child is a normal 4 year old boy that loves to play and has a hard time sitting still if not entertained like any normal 4 year old. I believe Ms. Sarah likes to help only the children that are easier to handle and the more active children gets pushed to the side. Example my child had went to class on a monday when I picked him up I asked how was his day I was told much better than other days. That following wednesday I recieved a call at 8:30pm meanwhile he did not go to school since monday because of a cold when the director starts explaining how uncontrollable he is and how bad he was. I asked when was he that bad when he was only in school one day that he does not have to be in school and still be a problem and we asked if he misbehaved why were we not informed the day of the infraction? No answer only that she was being the middle person for the teacher. Very Christian Like save the ones that are easy to be saved and forsake the ones that arent.
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