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St. Paul Episcopal Pre-School A

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PHONE: (703) 820-1134

3439 Payne Street

Falls Church, VA 22041

Fairfax County | Map

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St. Paul Episcopal Pre-School A is located in Falls Church, Virginia.

This preschool's average Community Rating, based on 5 reviews, is 5 out of 5 stars.

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Associations: NAES, NAEYC; Coed; Episcopal; Religious
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Posted on Jan 29, 2013
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My daughter went there from age 3 to 5 years old. I appreciated the teacher's patience, experience working with young children, and tough love on my daughter. She learned so much in her social, emotional, physical development. She gained confidence in performing in front of people. She had a great experience at St. Paul's. The diverse programs and individualized care with small classroom setting is what sold me. It is like family.
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Posted on Sep 18, 2012
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Our Children, 2 and 11 months twins, have adapted in less than a week to the St Paul's. We are so happy to have found this program. We had them previously in Montessori pre-school where the experience was rather sour. St Paul's gave us a different window of education, discipline, Pre-School Administration and Its complete program makes us eager to see results in our children. Their Administration has impressed . The director and the Teachers are very professional and the most important our children like them !
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Posted on Jan 9, 2012
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We moved to the area last year and my son was unable to adjust at two pre-schools that we initially tried. However, when we started sending him to St. Paul's he adusted very quickly and was absolutely thrilled to go to school. He even wanted to go on the weekends! St. Paul's is nice in that it has a small classroom size and a lot of fun activities for the kids. I think the small size allows pre-schoolers to feel more at home. We absolutely love St. Paul's and strongly recommend it to every family!
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Posted on Feb 5, 2011
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Our daughter loves this school. As a elementary teacher I was very particular about where I wanted to send my children. I wanted a good balance between academics and fun. I like that the classes are kept small (max 10) so no need for a teachers assistant. The teachers are wonderful the school is diverse and it really shows that they love children here. The director is very involved and hands on and the teachers do a great job. I love the variety of activities: gym, ballet, cooking, art, music etc. I also love the reasonable cost. My youngest now 3 cant wait to go this fall.
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Posted on Dec 2, 2007
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This school is wonderful they work with the parent and the child to help understand; they dont give up and give ultimatums like if your child doesnt behave he is going to have to leave our program. They work through things and never give up on a child. My son adores this place, he calls it the big red house and even on the weekends he wants to go to school! Now that says something to me- he is happy and loved there. Its worth every penny and every extra special thing they require. I will keep my son here as long as I can this school acts as a community they support the community by having special holiday collections for disadvantaged families etc. Everyone participates! My son has learned so much here.
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Posted on Mar 12, 2007
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We sent both our sons to St. Paul's and plan on sending our baby once she is old enough. The teachers are outstanding and the program is a good mixture of academics, activities and support for young children.
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