I often get the feeling that my boy might accidently get locked out of the school or that he might wonder off with out any one noticing. Some times I'm fearful about leaving my child there. Out side of preschool days (which is rare I admit) staff just appear surprised that you are there. Not a good feeling
Five stars across the board. Our daughter attended this school from 2-5, and went to their summer program, and we as parents are having withdrawal syndrome. Every year she had an amazing and interactive teacher that fit her needs. They listened to us when we felt she needed to be moved up, and it ended up being amazing for her. From the front desk, to the teachers, to the administration, this school has ruined all other schools for us. The ratio is typically 1 teacher per 10 students, so I never felt that they were understaffed. We have never had an issue with the staff not listening to our concerns. We also recommended this school to 3 of our other friends with children, and all of their children attended this school as well. Now that our daughter is in kindergarten, and in a different school, we are almost looking for a reason to sign her up for classes there. We will miss everyone there, and hope to see you soon through some form of class that we sign her up for. (She misses The Winner School)
This school is amazing! My daughter has gone there since she was 2 years old. It is amazing that it is a "one stop shop" and can offer so many programs! She goes to preschool then eats lunch and then goes to dance! The teachers are great and all have educational backgrounds. We looked everywhere for an NAEYC accredited center and there are only a few in the whole Utah valley. I would highly recommend seeing the school for yourself.
This school is overcrowded, they cram daycare, preschool, dance and karate all into very small spaces. My daughters preschool class is sent out of their class everyday to fit Dance or Karate into the classroom. The billing for this school is very disorganized, they will over bill you then refuse to listen to you when you tell them they have. The teaching staff is a revolving door, my daughter had 3 different teachers in the same school year.