My child attended this school last year. We left because it just did not feel like a good fit for us. Teachers were great, professional, long tenure, caring. My child learned quite a bit last year. Communication and schedule changes were poor. Morning care seems like it is understaffed. Rarely a director on-site before 8:00. Very little interaction with other families.
It is great to feel great that a preschool school involves the parents in the development of our child. My son attended Brilliance for several years, from 2-5 years old. What most impressed us, was how they differentiated from the traditional 'daycare's'. They intuited an educational program where our son actually learned. The school had alot of extra programs that kept all the students and parents active. I highly recommend there teachers and educational programs. At his new school, he is well advanced than other kids in his class.
I cannot say enough good things about this school! The staff is excellent- Ms. Tiffany in the office is incredible with all of the kids, and Ms. Megan is the best teacher my children have ever had. I wouldn't want my kids to attend any other school. Now I'm just hoping and praying their charter is granted so my children will get to attend fifth grade at Brilliance as well.
My child started this program at 18 months. Presently, she is 2.5 years old an already knows her abc's , counts beyond 10 and has an extensive vocabulary. The instructors are very good and provides an excellent learning environment. This school proves that you don't need to spend a lot of money to have a first class educational program. I hope this school receives the funding for a charter program - they certainly have earned it. Currently our plans are to have her attend this school through its entirity - 4th grade.