Preschool | Nonsectarian | 104 students |

PHONE: (603) 672-1949

HOURS: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm

352 Elm Street

Milford, NH 03055

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Posted October 15, 2013

We could not be happier with ELCM. We have sent our three children there and the foundation the staff at ELCM gave our children was worth every cent. We have had a least one child in the school full-time for the past seven years. It's been incredible. With two of our three children in elementary school I can see how much more our children got out of their learning experiences at ELCM over children that did not benefit from that nurturing, fun and creative environment. Thank you!
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Posted February 8, 2011

I'm not impressed at all. My child has been sick almost constantly since starting school here. The cost is expensive for what they offer, which isn't much, and they are very liberal with snow days and vacations, all of which you still have to pay for even while your child is not there. The center is extremely small and limited in many ways. I doubt I willl keep my child enrolled much longer.
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Posted November 2, 2009

My son goes to Pre-K here. I visited 4 schools in Milford, and this one blew the others out of the water. It was a no brainer.
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Posted December 16, 2008

They do an excellent excellent job. Both my kids have done two years of pre and one year of k there. My only complaint is that they let out the 1st week in June and then charge a weekly 'camp' fee until the end of the school year. This in addition to the 10 tuition payments. It adds up. They don't tack snowdays on to the end of their official school year either.
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