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By: Audrey C.
Star Montessori School
My daughter graduated with an excellent educational background. I am very satisfied and my daughter loved the school.
By: Mitch B.
Star Montessori School
My son loves this school. The academic and social improvement in my son is praiseworthy. I would highly recommend this school.
By: Eric M.
Tx Firearms Academy
Signed up for level 3 training class. The flexibility they offered was second to none...literally. I phoned 5 other schools who were offering classes once a month and only in the evening hours. Mr. Lacaria informed me they will work with the schedule of the student; not only that but the cost of the class was a much better rate than each of the schools I phoned prior to Texas Firearm Academy. The instruction was specific and extremely informative. Having been in law enforcement and the military I have attended countless training, TFA's instructors are some of the best in my opinion. They have real world experience and in industries like security, that's what one wants from the cadre. Their professionalism, guidance, and fact they were genuinely nice people made this an outstanding experience. I highly recommend TFA if you're looking for a level 2 or 3 security cert, or even firearms training. I had a chance to qualify at the range for my license and the qualification process was probably the smoothest I've ever had before. It helps when the cadre loves what they do.
By: Natalie S.
Star Montessori School
I would highly recommend this school. Kudos to the teachers for providing excellent care to my daughter!!!
By: Keith H.
Star Montessori School
My daughter Tracy graduated from the school with an excellent academic skill. I would highly recommend this school.
By: Ishwar R.
Star Montessori School
Good Montessori School and I would recommend this school to parents. My son loved this school and graduated with an excellent academic skill set. Kudos to teachers!
By: Steve S.
Star Montessori School
I recommend this school to parents. They did excellent job and my son loved the school. He graduated from school this summer.
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By: Tactic559 ..
Challenger School
Be sure to visit my blog for the full article and coupon page for 15% off tuition to this location. was/is what we like to call a spirited child with tantrums and emotions galore. If we wanted to get him ready for school WE had to dress him. In order to get him to eat WE had to spoon feed him and forget taking him to a restaurant, the kid could not sit still!! He wouldn't pick up after himself and he was very shy, it was hard for him to make friends. The trade off in this case is he is a little brain. He has loved being read too since he was in diapers and his first word was puppy. We were consistently trying to find ways to feed his brain so we got him started on workbooks at an early age and couldn't buy enough of them because he woudl..... tough. Finally after research and several interviews at other educational facilities we cam across Challenger School.
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By: Swapna A.
Challenger School
I'm hoping this goes to the challenger school headquarters and does not get lost. I took my 3 yera old for a class visit to a challenger school in Avery Ranch. My child cried during his class visit so he was denied admission. The reason is - a child is expected to calm down and participate in the first 30 mins of his very first day at a new school in a new state. What a school is this? You guys said it is not a good fit for my child. Forget it...your school is not a good fit for us.
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By: Wendy R.
Star Montessori School
I am writing mainly about the Pre-K class as that is the class my daughter is in, although my daughter has been going here over two years, I have noticed a lot of change in personnel in the younger class but with the pre-k class Ms. Sarita and the manager Ms. Cynthia have been there since we started. I am also a parent of two children 8 and 4 and I am not expecting my child to be watched like a hawk everyday all the time, especially when on the playground. She has gotten bumps and bruises from playing, or running into her friends on accident but I always get an accident report and it's normal - she is active and almost 5 years old. She loves her friends and will miss her teachers no doubt. This is an affordable school and they are flexible and fair and do fun things for holidays and in the summer the kids get to go to special places (my son went there last summer as well) They have also added cameras in each room for more piece of mind. My daughter can write 1-100 and is about to graduate and is now writing her name and writing almost all of her letters in the alphabet. She will be ready for kindergarten and I do recommend this school - but it might be better suited to parents with more than one child, most of the negative reviews I have seen expect perfection at a day care which is just not a reality . The kids are safe, the teachers and caregivers are nice and they care for my daughter. Turnover in child care unfortunately is a regular occurrence but Ms. Sarita and Ms. Cynthia have provided stability at Star Montessori.

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