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By: Kim S.
Primrose School at Crossroads Park
Updated: April 21, 2017We have been at Primrose since August 2016, and I have nothing but great things to say about this Primrose location! Walk through the doors and you will see what I mean . . . It has an amazing air of excitement.They strive to challenge my daughter in Early Preschool 2 where they get to learn through project based learning. In March, they learned about the life cycle of a butterfly and watched them transform from caterpillars to butterflies. This is not something you find in most curriculum for 2 year olds. Each day my child is excited to be at school and can be found skipping or jumping down the hallway full of unbridled joy. As a parent, this is what I want to see -- a place where my child can be herself and where her personality can shine. As a teacher of 14 years, I can tell you their social and academic curriculum is well thought out and well executed. They strive to meet children where they are at, and challenge them to grow to the next level, understanding that each child moves at his or her own pace. This is truly a school, not a daycare.In addition to the amazing teachers, the team who run the school do a brilliant job communicating with parents. They are kind, loving towards the children, and will always work to meet a child's needs. There is no better place than Primrose School at Crossroads Park.
By: happytobeamom
Primrose School of Eldridge Parkway
I cannot say enough good things about this daycare! My child has been at Primrose of Eldridge Parkway for the past 19 months and at the age of 35 months is well beyond her peers of the same age at other day care facilities. Everyone I run into (even at the grocery store!) is amazed at how young she is and how well she communicates with adults (she also knows her shapes, colors (in sign language, English, and Spanish), and her capital letters). All of this and fun too – she runs to her classroom each day and quickly kisses me goodbye so she can start playing with her little friends! These things might seem small to the some but everyone expected my daughter to be behind her peers physically, emotionally and mentally. She spent the first 14 months of her life in an overseas orphanage where she did not have the freedom to walk, only heard a foreign language, and was fed only pureed food. She started at Primrose at 16 months when I had to return to work and the teachers and directors worked with me to help my daughter be all that she is today. Each day I know I drop her off in an environment that she will be loved, she will play with friends, and she will learn about her little world. They have helped her down the path to being anything she will ever want to be in life!
By: Ashley M.
Primrose School of Eldridge Parkway
My son has been at Primrose for 14 months. I started him in the Infant room. As a neurotic mom, it was hard for me to tear myself away from him every morning. Luckily, I had Miss Sylvia's room to help me through that difficult transition. They made me feel confident that we are a team raising my son and not just "babysitters". Their attention to detail is amazing. Then we moved to Miss Monica's Infant II room. With her Montessori background, her knowledge seemed bottomless. She helped guide me through some of the difficult older infant behaviors and corrections. Then, finally we are in Miss Tiffany's Toddler class with Miss Crystal and Miss Shanna. I have no idea how these ladies keep up their energy level to create fun the entire day. My son seems excited to get there and sad to leave. His verbal and sign development blows us away. Also, this front office is amazing. I am always greeted with the smiles of Miss Anna and Miss Maria. They keep the place happy and fun, they consistently get smiles from my little guy! Then I have to give a ton of credit to Miss Shelly, she keeps the place running like a well-oiled machine. Thanks Primrose, I know he's in great hands!
By: Xingwen Q.
The Village Montessori School
My daughter had been this school for about 14 months. She didn't like the school at all. She said the school was boring most of the time. The school teaches very little. The lead teacher rarely spends time in the classroom. Now my daughter is in public kindergarten, she says "don't miss her old school (Village Montessori)" every time when we passed by. Although the school is a private school which charges expensive tuition and quarterly supply fee, it follows Houston ISD's schedule including spring break and any inclement weather day.This school's tuition policy is too favorable to itself. I've know one student had been overseas for a month from the first day of that month, however still had to pay the full month tuition. My daughter attended only three weeks for the last month there. I had to pay the full month tuition as well. Its accounting department always miss calculates, and it always to the school's favor. I would recommend keep all your receipts and statements. It would be even better if you could get the school to sign for every payment
By: Amber R.
Smaller Scholars Montessori Academy, Dairy Ashford
My son was and is a typical toddler. He was a rough , uncoordinated little cave man like most little boys. When I toured Smaller Scholars I was afraid that he was not disciplined enough as a 2 year old boy in comparison to calm mannered children that I saw. I was wrong. He has flourished since we enrollment him there last year and I recommend this school to most parents. I only speak from my experience with my own son. I'm not sure that a Montessori program would be well suited for a child that might need special attention. Again, I speak from my personal experience. Smaller scholars is expensive, but to me and my family, it has been worth every single penny. The teachers are incredible and they have elevated our son and turned a little cave man into a little man who shows respect, love and a better understanding of the world.
By: Sherice S.
Happy Kids Preschool
I brought my infant to Happy Kids Preschool and I was a bit reluctant because I wanted to stay home with her. When I entered the school, the ladies up front greeted me and my baby and they were really nice. Ms. Randi gave me a great tour, not only showing me the infant room but the next room she would go to. Everyone I met were really nice. I really calmed down. On my baby's first day, I cried. Ms. Randi had to calm me down. She was really great and told me to call and check on her. The teachers in the infant room, especially Ms. Lucy and Ms. Delores really have a love for the babies and it shows how they interact with them. The school is really clean and does not smell. I feel confident leaving my baby with the teachers because I know she is being well taken care of. I recommend the school to all my friends.
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By: Tamira P.
Happy Kids Preschool
We relocated here in September. I myself retired from being a home daycare provider. My 2 yr old daughter is thrilled and very excited to get out of my suv in the morning to go into the center. When I arrive to pick her up, most of the time she doesnt want to leave. I read the reviews below, and those incidents are unfortunate, I can honestly say that I trust Tocarra with my girls, and my youngest daughters teacher India, is very alert and attentive to my daughters needs. As an in home provider I know that sometimes our children can be a bit extensive in their story telling, and as a mom we went to believe our little angels, thank GOD for video coverage. I dont know about anyone else, but Happy Kids makes my daughters HAPPY.
By: Jen P.
Westchase Academy
They're must have been couple people having a bad hair day. . Honestly I don't know what are this people are crying about. . I have a 10 month old baby and I started bringing him in when he was 2 month old, the director is amazing and the stuff are very good, they have this called a family environment, my baby would always be happy at the end of the day, baby room teachers are very nice, I know for sure my baby is been very taking cared off.. iam thankful for this people.. I do understand that we cannot make every body happy but I tell you one thing, bring your child to westchase academy, for sure your will get the respect, love and kindness from this people.. Thank you all. .
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By: jennifer.c.gloria
Primrose School of Eldridge Parkway
I am a current mom at this school ( 3 years +) and I must say that it is a great school! The owners truly care about the school and took action when it needed it most. We have a great new director and our assistant director has always been great. The teachers really care about the kids and take the time to go the extra mile. The school is ALWAYS clean. MOST of all my little one loves going to school! She enjoys her class and has nothing but good things to say about her teachers. Please take the time to visit the school yourself and make the best decision for your family. Meet with the staff and just get a feel for the great kid friendly environment.
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By: Jessica M.
Westchase Academy
Fantastic daycare! If want your child to be cared for the same way a parent would...go here! Both of my children went to Westchase. They were fed REAL COOKED NUTRICIOUS FOOD, not boxed mystery snacks. Sometimes thier lunch was better than mine, and I work a corporate level job. If your child cries, they won't be ignored or told to settle down. The owner and teachers were all so loving...many times I walked in randomly and witnessed a child in thier lap being hugged and comforted like they were visiting Grandma. The facilities were always VERY clean and well kept. I tried several daycares before Westchase, and wished I had gone directly there first.

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