I'd NEVER recommend this school to anyone! I was threatened to be kicked out for breastfeeding my son in the classroom (I asked the teacher first) who was going through a bit of separation anxiety. I was told, "Do it again, and you're out of here". (The owner later informed my husband that he had personal issues with it) My mother called me distraught one day when she noticed she couldn't find our son for a long period, but then noticed where he was when a teacher bent over to move a chair which had him STRAPPED into it! She noted it has been about 45 minutes that he was strapped in, and when I logged in to see for myself noticed he remained for another 23 minutes! I approached the teacher about this and this apparently was their form of "time Out". Recently my son started biting, not just children but toys, books, walls, etc. I noticed this was going on during teething phases and also during high anxiety when his father and I would travel (had been doing a lot of in the last month). It had its peaks and valley's associated with these times but the school seemingly has no tolerance for biting as we abruptly got the boot. On top of all of this, the owner is rude, obnoxious, and ONLY sees it his way. You are not allowed to speak to teachers to get their professional opinions, and if you do not agree with his suggestions, you are on the "poo poo" list. My suggestion is, STAY AWAY! (Don't be fooled by the "pretty" things....)
Posted: 7/27/2014 • Link to this review
We took our daughter to All-Starz for a tour and even though I was told on the phone that kids younger than two years old can attend part-time, the girl who gave us the tour told us differently. I'm a SAHM but there are days when I need child care for our daughter and we thought it would be nice for her to meet some other kids. We briefly met the owner, who I was less than impressed with, and we decided after a few minutes that this isn't the place for us. We have friends whose son attends there and they raved on about it. I failed to see why.
Posted: 3/01/2012 • Link to this review