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6:30AM - 6:00PM
6:30AM - 6:00PM
6:30AM - 6:00PM
6:30AM - 6:00PM
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Program Details
  • Preschool (or Nursery School or Pre-K)
Additional Details:
  • Summer care / camp
Cost & Availability
Classroom Type Rate Rate Type Availability
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Extended Care (Before School)
Extended Care (After School)
Ratings & Reviews
Tasha R
It's a great place if you just need childcare and convenience. BUT if you need a preschool you should look else where. They did a great job with their website and put a lot of work into their presentation but when it gets down to it, the Kindercare Learning Center lacks a lot. #1 The actual learning aspects (math, English, Spanish etc) are excluded from the weekly tuition and if you want them you must pay for each one weekly (about $25 each), and it will include (1) 15-30 minute lesson a day (or maybe 3/week). #2 The weekly tuition does not cover any snacks, breakfast or lunches. You can provide your own or pay another $25 a week to have an independent company deliver hot lunches (lunch only, drinks are additional $$$). #3 They aren't attentive to the children (preschool class) during potty time. I've seen kids walk outside on the play yard with their pants and panties still down because they need help wiping. My daughter has been potty trained for a year now and had an accident because nobody bothered making sure the children went to the potty before naptime. She woke up from her nap and ran to the potty but didnt make it on time. My 3 and half year old is well behaved and is independent for the most part but I find it unbelievable that my daughter didnt have lunch one day because the teacher didn't bother to look in her back pack. All the children have their lunch bags in a special section, but this was her second day of school, they didn't even bother to call us as if it was a concern. Before enrolling my daughter we informed the program director, several times of an upcoming trip that will pull my daughter out of school for approximately 10 days, well she never bothered to look at the dates we gave her or give is the vacation request form we're suppose to put in to give them notice. So during the time my daughter was out of town, the teachers "wondered" where she was at, and claimed they called us, I have their contact stored in my phone, I didn't get one phone call or a voicemail voicing these concerns. Then they claimed they neeeeeever recall discussing an up and coming trip, (she sho af didn't forget to tell me to pay for vacation weeks upfront!) They tried to charge for daycare for the day my daughter returned home but not to school. We never got the "first days report" on what our child was doing and the work she did. And they never had a fixed schedule. No matter what time I came there, the kids were outside and the teacher was often leaving and coming back at random times, nothing was consistent. I loved the key entry access, the cool summer activites and the fact that parents could come in and out whenever, but this was not a preschool, my daughter went from writing her name, numbers and actually learning every day to a arts and crafts project a day.
Silvia C
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