I have two kids at Providence and I am very, very happy. The new director and all the teachers I've encountered are fabulous. My kids are so happy that lately neither of them even says goodbye at drop-off. They don't just pay lip service to faith here - it is a truly Christian school that bases all learning on God. My oldest will go the kindergarten in the fall, but my youngest will stay at Providence as long as we live in the area. Thank you, Providence!
Prov. Preschool goes to pre-K 5's.We started w/ 4 's so I can't comment on the younger class. 4's class was great ! Pre-K 5's not great. My son has a speech disorder . The "head" teacher was arrogant and unfriendly. She would not even make eye contact with us 3/4 of the time & forget getting any updates on how the day went (no communication at all). It appeared to us she was prejudice tords our son because of his disorder. We held him back because of guidance from our public school and private speech therapist and our Pediatric neurologist (he has a IEP). The teacher wanted him tested for LD asap but all of the professionals thought he was on track and that would be premature of the usual second grade age of testing (because you can get misdiagnosed earlier on) . Once we chose to go with the professionals and not do what she wanted she dropped us. We did not have any contact with her which made for a horrible school year. Very unprofessional and immature. Would not suggest the pre-k fives class because of this. To add 1/2 the class should have been in the 4's class and were not being held back ( too young).We felt this was more of a class for kids wanting to get an "edge" for K.