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$ 480
Mar 2008
Garland, TX
Monthly daycare preschool  more... close row
$ 825
Feb 2008
Fremont, CA
Private school preschool  more... close row
$ 8
Jan 2008
Northeast Arkansas
Half-day Preschool  more... close row
$ 890
Apr 2008
Ashburn, VA
Monthly fee for preschool which daughter loves  more... close row
$ 90
Apr 2008
South Point, Ohio
Preschool Daycare
Two year old learns ABCs in preschool  more... close row
$ 700
Jan 2008
Rainbow City, AL
Sign-up fee and one semester of preschool  more... close row
$ 750
Sep 2007
Chicago, Illinois
Private Pre-School For Gifted Children
Monthly cost for gifted child preschool  more... close row
$ 225
May 2008
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Private Church Based Preschool
Three days a week of preschool  more... close row
$ 600
Sep 2007
Massapequa Park, NY
private preschool
Preschool with field trips  more... close row
$ 840
Mar 2008
Manassas, Virginia
Private Preschool
Teachers don't make learning a chore  more... close row
$ 300
Sep 2006
Memphis, Tennessee
Private Christian Coed Preschool
Christian preschool for four year old  more... close row
$ 99
Jun 2008
Atlanta, Georgia
Cost for a week of invitation-only preschool  more... close row
$ 380
Sep 2007
Chicago, Illinois
Half day
Half day of preschool for a month  more... close row
$ 3500
Sep 2007
Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Private Nursery School
Good communication with kids and teachers essential  more... close row
$ 0
Oct 2010
City, State
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$ 1250
Jun 2008
Plainview, NY
Daycare/Nursery School
Staff is dedicated and proessional  more... close row
$ 192
May 2008
Leesburg, Virginia
Private preschool and after school day care center
No better than public preschools  more... close row
$ 1493
Jan 2008
Long Valley, NJ
Preschool at a Church
Preschool at a local church  more... close row
$ 88
May 2008
Akron, OH
Preschool / Daycare
Price per month for two days of preschool  more... close row
$ 120
Mar 2008
Rockford, Michigan
private, part-time
Three days a week  more... close row

Description of service

A Private pre-school that meets 3 days a week. Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:15 -11:45 a.m. The students work on age appropriate material, such as learning to recognize and write their alphabet. They focus on one letter a week and build activities around it. They also work on fine motor skills and handwriting. Each week also includes a bible story and craft activities. The tuition covers teacher salaries, materials and facility usage. There is a lead teacher and assistant in the classroom.

There are also many fundraisers throughout the year to "help keep costs low."

Review of Service

This school has excelled in teaching my child age appropriate skills. His knowledge of the alphabet has greatly improved. He can recognize every letter and for the most part the sound each letter makes. His handwriting has improved 100%. The school has helped him gain more self confidence by providing opportunities for him to be the leader and stand up in front of the class to share.

It is obvious that the school takes great care in selecting teachers who love kids and the process of learning. This is my 4th year having a child there and every teacher has been wonderful. They keep open communication with parents and encourage us to visit or ask questions at any time. They also do a home visit before school starts to introduce themselves and meet the child. This made the first day go smoothly because the kids already met their teacher in a safe environment.

One other thing I like about the school is a program that allows me to buy gift cards for area merchants and a % of the amount goes toward my tuition.

One area of the school that I am not excited about is the amount of fundraising we do. We have had at least 5 fund raisers this past year. They range from selling items to donating for the school carnival. It is hard to participate in everything.

I definately feel that this school is worth the tuition and I have recommended it to many other families.


It is important to ask friends/family for referrals to local schools. You should also visit the school and meet the staff so you will feel comfortable leaving your child. It is also good to ask about their teaching materials so that your expectations are in line with what they are teaching.