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By: Christie S.
Naples Preschool Academy Inc
I cant say enough about the staff at NPA. They are all so wonderful with the children. I really love my daughters teacher Mis Carol. She is amazing , and has taught her so much already.They all have a great sense of humor. They made me feel very welcome and comfortable from day one. Thank you so much Ms Teresa for running a great school. Keep up the good work. From happy current parent.
By: tennis27
Naples Preschool Academy Inc
We will miss you all so much. I can’t believe how fast the years go by. My son has enjoyed playing and learning with all of his teachers and friends at Naples Preschool Academy. I thank the director for all of her love and kindness she has given us.
By: natalia.zamora.9693
Ana's Little Angels Learning Center
Great daycare! They serve breakfast and take time to serve warm cooked lunch. Teachers are great and show care to each child.
By: nymommy
Grace Community Day Care & School
HORRIBLE...This is the worst Day Care in Naples....I enrrolled my My 3 1/2 yr old who has speech delay in PreK 3. After a few days in that school my son starting dirtying his pants, (he was already potty trained) that should have been a big HINT for me.UUUGH>I feel bad for not reading the signs>!!...Couples of weeks later I found that my son was being mistreated by one the spanish teachers. (pulled his hair and jerking him. grabbing his arm and squeeze him and jerking him) ...I spoke to the Director/Pastor and he kept looking at me like I was just talking about the weather..I contacted investigation started ..then I was notified by DCF that they did not have jurisdiction on that school because they are Faith Based schools. ...Case Closed....I still feel guilty for not having done a research on Grace Community Day care...For the love of God do not take your kids to this place..
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