Little Innovators Early Learning Academy

650 NW 183rd Street
Miami Gardens, FL 33169

Little Innovators Early Learning Academy

650 NW 183rd Street, Miami Gardens, FL 33169
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AT A GLANCE
AT A GLANCE
In Business Since:
2016
Total Employees:
11-50
Credentials:

Please check directly with the business for information on licensing and credentials.

Hours
Monday:
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Tuesday:
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Wednesday:
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Thursday:
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Friday:
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Program Details
Type:
  • Child Care Center/Day Care Center,
  • Preschool (or Nursery School or Pre-K)
Additional Details:
  • Summer care / camp
Philosophy:
  • Academic
Languages:
  • English,
  • Spanish
Program Capacity:
114
Cost & Availability
Classroom Type Rate Rate Type Availability *
All Ages $140 per week 15
*availability last updated on 10/07/2017
Offerings
Full Time (5 days/wk)
Full-Day
Extended Care (After School)
Payment Options
  • Credit Card
Ratings & Reviews
(7)
(7)
Ginna L
11/14/2017
No stars at all the staff here are rude and very unprofessional the first week my son started 1 of 2 blankets went missing the 3rd week the second the supervisor Susan said she'd take care of it for 2 months I asked I never tp it to the owner however I'd let Iris know nothing was done sadly he continues to attend there I later found out I was over paying I took it to Iris she made it appear on my behalf like i was begging for lower rates and ask the owner for cheaper rates I'd never asked I only related that for that poor neighborhood and poor location that was too much. Iris then told me she wasn't going to water down her teachers to please me, and that she was from the hood and its not what you do its how it. I had no idea why she related this to me when she knew the reason why I pulled my son out due to the fact my son came home with scratches and no incident report and when I asked teacher she had no idea abd their assistant supervisor Susan looked at my nails.. I was appalled i got my don out of there and reported them to ELC ELC then called CPS after that I had received a call from Mia the owner saying that she had no idea what had been going on and she asked for my phone number she would be replacing both blankets that both valued 44.98 s piece I thanked because the blankets had sentiment they're 3yrs old that was on September 14, 2017 I received a call November 7 th saying IRIS said no one will be replacing my son blankets and lied and said I owed a balance everyone knows you cant transfer kids to a new school I called ELC and the related to me I owed nothing I've tried to reach out to Mia Iris and the teachers they are ignoring my calls or texts. Little innovators is all smoke and mirrors I am a single mom and shouldn't never been taken advantage of.... So sad little innovators so sad!
NANCY C
09/29/2017
i am vey Empress how my granddaughter has progress since she's been going going there since they first open up she's too now very smart speaks very well and I love the curriculum
Kay
01/02/2017
I was looking for a day car/ school for boys to attend and one of my co worker came across this school. At first I won't lie I didn't went my kids to attend a school at Miami Garden. But I searched for a school for a long time and couldn't find anything that meet my qualification. So I came and spoke with the teacher and the director and fell in love with the school... I give them a thumb up and everything.. my boy love this school.. teacher are excellent
Chasity D
12/01/2016
My son has been here since they have opened and I can say the school is AMAZING My son speaks in sentences as well as learning how to count to 20.For my child to be enrolled here his capabilities have skyrocketed Great school would refer anyone.
Tashara
10/24/2016
First and foremost this place is new, and yes it's in Miami Gardens. Now that we've cleared that up, the area is not bad and everyone in the area does not live in poverty. I see nothing wrong with the rate. I've seen far worst schools and much higher rates in different areas. My son just enrolled in this school, the staff was very welcoming and made my sons transition from one school to another great. I love the curriculum and the structure of the 4yr old class. This school is a breath of fresh air compared to the school in Aventura he transferred from. If you are considering this school, please contact Iris. She was very helpful to me and understood my wants and needs when it came to a school for my son.
Jess
10/21/2016
So first off let me just say, do not be fooled by the smoke and glass mirrors. A fresh coat of paint and new décor are not deciding factors when educating your children. The tuition rate is outrageous considering the SES of the neighborhood the school is placed in. Every student there receives ELC funding (almost certain.) No offense to those who do, I envy you actually. But, No parent living in that area can independently afford to pay those rates. And if they could they would not be living in that neighborhood or going to that school. Its a relatively new school with no accreditations beyond the state requirements. The facility looks amazing. Teachers have standard CDS requirements, not state certifications. I understand investors must first make their money back, but it should never be weighted on the backs of working class families.
Evelyn G
10/10/2016
I called to get information about my daughter enrollment and who ever answer the phone (Sarah) was unprofessional, rude and raise her voice when I was asking a simple question. Very poor customer service, I'm so glad my daughter will not be attending anymore there.
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