Preschool | Nonsectarian |

PHONE: (603) 882-6508

10 Hickory St

Hudson, NH 03051

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Posted June 6, 2008

Absolutely the best Kindergarten school in New Hampshire. The teachers are so caring and both my kids were more than ready for first grade after attending Kindergarten at Sesame World.
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Posted April 13, 2007

Love this school. After moving to New Hampshire from Massachusetts I found out that there is no public Kindergarten months before I would have to enroll my daughter into Kindergarten. The teacher contacted me back right away and allowed me and my daughter to come in and visit during the day while the other students were there so she would be comfortable. My daughter loves the teachers and the other students. Love the way you have to drop off and pick up the kids and the teacher opens your door for your child and let's you know how their day went. Every week you get an upcoming schedule for the week. I won't even consider another kindergarten for my other daughter. Also they have really cute plays for the parents during the school year.
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Posted December 22, 2006

We send our 5 year old to Sesame World and love everything about it. He comes home every day so excited about what they did that day. The teachers really spend lots of time and effort in putting together the curriculum. We are kept informed about what the kids are doing at least weekly and usually even more frequently than that. I would highly recommend to anyone looking for kinderagarten in Hudson.
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Posted March 18, 2006

I continuosly tried to contact the teacher to set up an appointment for my child to visit the school. Every time I called she was taking another call and would never get back to me. I felt that if she was so inconsiderate to me and did not want to take the initiativen to meet and talk with me and my child that she would probably be the same way to the kids in the classroom. She did end up calling me two months later and tried to set up a visit when she realized her enrollment numbers were too low for the fall. Too little, too late.
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