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By: Annie H.
Leela Childcare
Very Caring and experienced.. My daughter love the place .. Highly recommended. the timings are very flexible and the owner is always there to help you....
By: Niraj A.
Casa Montessori
Very pleased with the program here. My daughter has been in the elementary program for 3 years and she is learning so much. She loves her school and she always comes home excited. When she came here she really struggled with reading and writing, but she has grown so much from their reading/library program. Language is now her favorite subject. We are very happy and we plan on keeping her here as long as we can.
By: Linda H.
Casa Montessori
So wonderful! Every year with this school continues to inspire my children. They are growing so fast and learning so much here. I am a proud mother and a happy parent.Thank you, Casa!
By: Gertrude H.
Casa Montessori
Accrediation is a process that ensures that a school has met minimum standards and has passed an on-site visit. Invest a minute of your time and call NAEYC yourself to check to see if this school is accredited. The phone number of NAEYC is 800-424-2460 x0.
By: Gertrude H.
Casa Montessori
Invest a minute of your time and call NAEYC yourself to check to see if this school is accredited. The phone number of NAEYC is 800-424-2460 x0.
By: bestmomicanbe
Kangaroo Day Care Center
We love Kangaroo. One child just graduated from there, and now our second one is there. The infant/toddler teacher is really sweet and very caring towards the kids. I felt she treated my kids like they are family. I would really recommend the place, especially for the infant/toddler program.
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