Rising Generations Early Learning - Largo Center

9700 Prince Place
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

Rising Generations Early Learning - Largo Center

9700 Prince Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
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We look forward to working with you and your child at Rising Generations!
In business since: 2003
Total Employees: 11-50


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Monday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Tuesday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Wednesday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Thursday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Friday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Saturday :
Sunday :

Program Details

Child Care Center/Day Care Center
Preschool (or Nursery School or Pre-K)
Additional Details
Summer care / camp
Teacher/Student Ratio:
Program Capacity:

Cost & Availability

Class Type Rate Rate Type Availability *
Infant $ 290 per week 1
Toddler $ 290 per week 0
Preschool $ 200 per week 0
Pre-K $ 200 per week 0
*availability last updated on 12/08/2017
Full Time (5 days/wk)
Extended Care (Before School)
Extended Care (After School)
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Ratings & Reviews

( 7)
My daughter has been attending Rising Generations since the age of 18 months. This is an amazing center with exceptional staff; Such a nurturing and caring environment. She has grown and learned so much over the years! High praises to RGELC.
Rising Generations Largo... the educational instruction by Mrs. Kizzy is second to none. The staff is great. The Abeka curriculum utilized is very effective (take a little time to research it). Downside to the center-- there is a $300 "book" fee that you're charged... the cost of my COLLEGE books for a semester. If you pay for books, those books should be yours, correct? They say each student has his own set of books that stays in the class and the work that is done is taken from his/her own books. If each student has his/her own books (at $300 for some Pre-K books, that should be AT LEAST 10 books), and 20 kids in class, there should be a stack of about 200 books somewhere in that class. Well for some reason, you never get to see these books. I just find it hard to believe that each student is doing the same worksheet and it's being taken out of 20 different books. I'm supposed to believe that they're being taken from 20 different books for each student, as opposed to just making copies of one sheet. At the end of the year upon asking for my books that I paid for, I was told they were all used and no sheets were left in any of them. Ok well I'll take the empty binder to order them for my child so we can continue to do work. That request went ignored of course. The center itself is absolutely great, both personally and educationally. This is just something that rubbed me the wrong way because it's not about the money; it's about the principle. If I was able to at least see all of these children's books, it wouldn't be an issue. I currently have another child attending a different learning center (not because I don't want them at RG Largo, but only because we live in a different area now). This new center has a $250 "activity" fee... but I have to pay EVERYTIME there's an activity. So I'm going thru this issue with them now. I note that just to point out that it's only about the principle with me... nothing more. So I guess that was a personal concern of mine. If that wouldn't be an issue for you, then I implore you to allow your child to attend RG Largo.
LaDonna M
This is a bit long so sorry in advance: My child was enrolled in the Lanham, MD location My son was terminated because he was having some behavior issues. I understood that this is a Zero Tolerance school. But was told all efforts would be made to avoid termination. When my son would get in trouble, when we talk to his teacher she would act if it wasn't that bad or things were said like "he not the only one" or "you know how kids can be sometimes" but then he would get written up by the administrator, Mrs Cherise. And upon speaking with her my son's behavior was much worst. So the communication there was bad. As a parent I refuse to say my child is perfect but for Mrs Cherise to tell me it's Zero Tolerance policy and then for your teachers to not uphold that policy was confusing and frustrating. Sometimes when i would pick up my child and children were in the class throwing things, screaming hitting, some of the same things my son was accused of but we were told since it wasn't during "instruction time" it wasn't as disruptive.....so i guess the rules only apply during certain times. Really? Mrs Cherise is unprofessional and has poor communication skills. She would have a snarky tone and never had anything positive to say about my child. The only teachers that assured me that my son although may act out from time to time, it's fine cause he is trying to adjust were miss Porsche and The afternoon teacher Mrs Kris. They were the only two who seemed to really understand and care about making sure we make the behavior better and all Mrs Cherise was concerned about was writing him up. His main teacher Miss Jermeka was a young lady who you can tell was overwhelmed and not trained. I'm not even upset at the termination, I wasn't looking to change the policies for my child, but I find it disappointing that after a conference with administrator(which the teacher did not attend by the way) we spoke about different techniques to help my child's behavior, none of that was tried. My husband and I did many things to talk to our son and discipline him. We expressed the willingness to do whatever it took as a team with the staff and they expressed the same. They could have even suggested programs since they saw the behavior and maybe theirs wasn't the fit for him. They just didn't want deal with him he had only been in the school 2 months. To see a team of "educators" just write off a 3 year old cause he is having a little trouble instead of trying to nurture him and help work together for his good is sad. My son is stubborn at times but he isn't just a horrible child. The afternoon teacher even told me that. All that on their website about "working together for the kids" is a lie. They need to train their teachers, Mrs Cherise need to work on her professionalism.
Robert W
My sons teacher is the best, she has done a great job
My twins have attended Rising Generations Early Learning Center since December 2016. They truly are learning a lot and continue to grow well advanced. I am happy with the staff and the schools programs.
I'm a former employee of RG and I must say the OWNERS are EXTREMELY RUDE. The actual staff isn't that bad, they are under paid ($9.00 and hour) with a 30 min break to teach students who are in the process of learning in at a slow pace. Please don't send your child here. im BEGGING YOU.
India L
The staff there is very unprofessional and rude. My son attended there from Sept.- Dec 2015 until he came home with scratches and I asked the staff what happened. After questioning the staff my husband received a phone call stating my son was not behaving and he needed to be picked up. They treated my son which by the way is 3 like a monster. When he was picked up they had him by alone in the dark. Packed all his belonging including his books for school and was sent home. I think the teacher aides because none of the staff have a degree in education have no patience when working with smaller children. Do not send your child to Ms. Floyd she is very rude and not personable.
We look forward to working with you and your child at Rising Generations!
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