Ingenuity Prep

Preschool | 108 students |

PHONE: (202) 562-0391

FAX: (202) 562-0395

HOURS: 8:00 AM - 4:20 PM

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4600 Livingston Road SE

Washington, DC 20001

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"Our school is best known for our blended learning program."

Ingenuity Prep, located in Washington, DC, is a charter preschool school.

The school community has reviewed this school and given it an average rating of 5 out of 5 stars.

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2014
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    Ingenuity prep is fairly new but it has great potential. I enjoy the friendly faces, beautiful smiles and warm reception in the mornings. The staff is inviting and helpful. They keep you informed about child's performance, school closings and up coming events. They post notices on the doors to view as you exit them, just in case you don't see the flyer that your child brings home. I like that the kids are working with computers and tablets and that they have enough for each student. The class sizes are not over crowded and each class has at least 1 assistant. I like the professional atmosphere from staff and students. I like the fact that the staff and students are in uniforms making outsiders noticeable. I love the procedures for homework. They could use some work with drop off and pick up parking situation. The time for breakfast isn't long enough. Students shouldn't be sharing lockers because the spacing is too small. You can't get 2 book bags, 2 coats and a change of clothing in that 1 little cubby. They do have strict guidelines. My overall rating is 5 stars. I like the school so much that I have enrolled my other 2 grandchildren in Ingenuity Prep for 2014-15.

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