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12/27/2012
By: claudiaw
Jardin De Ninos Interligua
Jardin is a fabulous school. I love the fact that it the curriculum is internationally minded. It is so important for our children (preschool and kindergarten) to understand they are part of a global environment. In addition to the curriculum Jardin has a wonderful administrative team. Mrs. Rodriguez the principal is an amazing person. Teachers are very caring. Jardin cares about their school and they do everything they can to make sure your child's experience is a good one both academically and emotionally. They are always available to parents. We continue to see more parent involvement PTA, I love our new PTA president Marisol F. I am a high maintenance parent in some ways and I cannot say enough good about our school.
07/01/2013
By: kylemozin
Jardin De Ninos Interligua
My experience at Jardin de Ninos has been more than excellent! The staff and teachers are friendly, professional, and do a wonderful job at keeping me informed about my daughters progress in school. They help potty train and have helped teach my daughter to be fluent in spanish! They also do a wonderful job of getting the parents involved and hold several multi-cultural activities throughout the year. I highly recommend this school to someone who wants their child to have an experience that you won't get at a typical school/childcare establishment!
02/20/2013
By: sandjmom
Jardin De Ninos Interligua
My daughter and son have been attending Jardin for over 4 years now and I cannot say enough about how pleased I am with their educational achievements. My daughter started in the Elementary school this year and at 6 can read in English and in Spanish. Her math and language skills improve daily and I am very excited about her accomplishments. Thanks Jardin!
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