This school has more problems than most in its class. It has a high turn over in teachers, my son was constantly bite & hit (was not written up in the after school program), I paid one of the highest amounts of money (not worth 18,000 a year for two kids) & didn't get my monies worth, and constantly stunk. Would not recommend this school to anyone. Please look at other schools in the city & county before making your decision for your kids (They are better ones out there).
Posted: 6/14/2015 • Link to this review
I have two children in Creekstone and this place is amazing. Since the new director has taken over, the entire morale of the kids, parents and staff has lifted. I chose to extend my morning/evening commute by 30 minutes just to live near the school because of how much the staff cares and how much my kids love going to school. The previous review is based off of an entirely different staff who only cared about monthly payments. the new director is making a change that incorporates the parents and creates a total family learning experience.
Posted: 11/07/2014 • Link to this review
If I could give this negative stars I would. Our son was enrolled there for private PreK from August - December 2011. The facility is wonderful and clean, the teacher was nice but wasn't given the proper support — that is about all I can say positive. There are so many serious problems, from lack of communication, failure in security measures and questionable people around my child. Our son also brought home a lot of worksheets but they were never completed. This makes me wonder what exactly he was learning. Also, we were originally presented with a wonderful curriculum which was to include extracurricular activities ... once again, this was not performed ... HUGE disappointment! This may be an acceptable place for child care (although I would doubt it) but we wanted our son to benefit from private PreK. There are many other examples of poor operational procedures that would make me question whether or not this facility should even be open. My husband and I could no longer entrust our son to Creekstone, so we withrew him and put him in a GA PreK, which seems to be better.
Posted: 1/13/2012 • Link to this review