Bad experience - I loved the teachers so overlooked many things, like how the owner suggested I lie about going to school for my BSN and apply for LPN just to get CAPS to cover the cost. I was constantly reminded my child was in the "government class" so not entitled to field trips, graduation, and other befits the private class was, although field trips and other celebrations for graduation are encouraged on Bright from the start.
When my child was in the hospital for 6 days, we returned with emergency meds for a seizure. I was told to bring them back the following week when the director was back from her week long training, which of course meant my child couldn't be left there. After that, it took a month for the owner to have his attorney type up legal papers to administer if needed. Until that time, I knew my child's teacher would do anything to help her, because she was amazing - loved my child - face timed with her many times through the terrible experience of being diagnosed with Epilepsy at CHOA....THe director and owner never once even bothered to ask how she was. Instead, I was told to get a doctors note to excuse her absence for her record.
All about making money...New staff, so earlier reviews are not accurate anymore.