Briggs And Stratton in Orlando, Florida with Reviews - YP.com

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07/08/2014
By: Sara M.
Ladybird Academy
My husband and I enrolled our 4 year old last year and we couldn't have made a better choice! The staff and teachers are dedicated to my sons education and we love hearing all of the new things he's learned everyday. Great curriculum, clean and safe environment and we love how we can use the camera access to see what he is doing in his class. Would highly recommend!!
07/08/2014
By: Pete S.
Ladybird Academy
My family moved to the Orlando area a few years ago and we were recommended by a few our of friends about Ladybird for our 2 yr old. We have been at this location for 2 years now and we have never had any problems. Happy with our decision and about to enroll our second child this upcoming fall. 5 stars.
07/09/2014
By: Joshua F.
Ladybird Academy
We enrolled our 2 daughter into Ladybird at Wyndham Lakes last year and we love it! It will be their last year this upcoming year (moving on to elementary school) but we are thankful for the dedicated staff who has helped them learn so many new things. Looking forward to a new year - Thanks!
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03/01/2017
By: Carlos H.
Learn it Right Educational Center
I moved to the USA in 2014 and the best English I could use was "Yes and No" Sir or Ma'am; since I learned English with LearnitRight in about six months, now I am capable to talk, read, and write like the paragraph you are reading right now.
10/11/2013
By: Sarah B.
Ladybird Academy
Looovveeee this center! I was blown away when my husband and I first looked around. We used to go Kiddie U and the difference is amazing. My daughter has only been here a week now but she loves it.
11/11/2011
By: nickytr
Ladybird Academy
Excepcional school. I atended a parent education class on discipline in the school and i absolutely amazed by the fact that the school is interested in providing tools for parents
08/14/2014
By: Denise R.
Ladybird Academy
LOVE this Ladybird! We started our children here last year and we are blown away with what they have learned! Highly recommend to anyone who is looking for a daycare in the area!
10/10/2012
By: momthatacares
Ladybird Academy
AMAZING SCHOOL. Ladybird Academy is the childcare that teachers like me prefer....As an educator I believe that Ladybird Wyndham Lakes offers high quality care, with education.!
07/14/2014
By: Jackie M.
Ladybird Academy
Best place I have ever had my kids. Love Ladybird's teachers and the way they go about teaching the kids. Very clean too
01/03/2013
By: johnsmith
Ladybird Academy
I moved to Orlando a year ago and my son loves attending Ladybird.
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