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By: Anna O.
Cran Academy Inc
he only reason I am even giving a star rating is because I have to. If you are looking for bottom of the barrel, inconsistent child care, then this is the place for you. I have taken my child to this daycare their entire life. We have never had any trouble that was couldn't be worked out. Then Jenni left. And now my child seems to be in trouble everyday. It is such a shame, as I had envisioned that this was where my child would go until it was time for them to go to full time school. I guess life has other plans for us. The first time that this daycare pulled me into their office I was told that my child was a "danger to themselves, and to other"....What.... My child is two. I was devastated. I took them to the MD and after watching my child play for awhile, my child was deem completely "normal" and they asked what trauma my child had endured there. And trust me there have been plenty.... From other children in my child's class....Through all of the struggle we tried to make it work. From our end as parents, and this "so called Quality Star Daycare" stated they would do the same. Until last week when they sent a letter home stating that my child could no longer come there. Again, we work something out. Now mind you, I have already starting looking for another center. I began to feel like my child was being singled out in her class and I was beginning to see that it was the SAME TEACHER....Today I gave very specific instructions that if my child were to act out, I was to be call and I would pick my child up and bring them home....I never received a phone call....I am then broadsided by several incident reports....When they where asked why I was not called, Their response...We called the father....Well, the FATHER is out of town...Then they said that they tried to call me but they didn't have my number....Really...After I gave it to them weeks ago when I first changed it???And the best part...The father gave them my number to call me after they had called him....Thus daycare WILL NEVER take your child's needs in mind...Ever. They will single out your child when they are not "cookie Cutter'. Give your money to someone else. I cannot believe I subjected my child to this AWEFUL PLACE for so long....
By: Peder W.
Little Harvard Academy
My two year old son has been going to Little Harvard Academy for about a month now and so far I am very pleased. The director Dianne is very sweet and helpful. All of the staff know and greet my son by name and have been since the first week. The teachers are all very kind and warm. Conversely to what the below review says, my son has a clean diaper whenever I pick him up. He may get a little dirty somedays, but that is only because he is having a blast in the schools awesome playground in the back. Overall a great school and very reasonably priced.
By: keyesaja
Little Harvard Academy
This is one of the most reasonably priced daycares around. In response to what another reviewer said, I would agree that my daughter can look a little filthy sometimes when I pick her up. However, the whole paying thing has not been a problem for me at all . I pay bi-weekly and if I forget the check on Monday, giving it to them Tuesday or Wednesday is never a big deal.
By: rachel.endertonpupillo
Little Harvard Academy
crap honestly! the teachers are great, my daughter is learning well but its dirty, my daughter needs a bath as soon as i pick her up, almost every time she is poopy. the director is rude, she treats me like a child about paying my bill. every day she sees me and asks when im gonna pay when i pay the same day every month. im looking for a new place!!
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