For generations, our family's practice is that the first born must excel in something. It can be in sports, music, education, or even in the entertainment world, as long as he stands out with really good marks. I've told my wife about this even before we got married. She felt pressured when she got pregnant with our first born. I kept telling her not to be pressured into it, but she said she doesn't want our son to be left out with his cousins. Choosing the right school is crucial but we are more than glad with how he progresses at Creme. He has learned a lot in school - he learns crafts in arts class, he gets to play and exercise in the gym, he gets proper toilet training, and enjoys activities like singing, storytelling and a lot more. And oh yes! He excels in Math. He is really great in numbers. We can't contain our excitement to see where this goes. We'd also like to thank Creme for having the best teachers and for their above standard curriculum.
Posted: 5/09/2011 • Link to this review
Ever since the first time my daughter picked up the microphone during our Christmas celebration 2 years ago, I knew she would be musically oriented. She has an angel's voice, and she's just adorable when she sings. When we were planning to send her to school, I wanted to make sure that we will be sending her to the right one. We wanted a school where she can learn a lot of things and at the same time, a school that will help her boost her self-esteem and help her improve her skills. We found Creme de la Creme. Academically speaking, I have no problems with Creme because they provide our daughter with all the necessary information she needs to prepare her for higher schooling. At the same time, they provide opportunities for her to express herself in music. For us, the most important part is that they are able to help her improve both her knowledge and her musical skills.
Posted: 4/15/2011 • Link to this review
I have always though it would be impossible to let a child have all the fun he wants and at the same time teach a child to learn to love math and science. Most of the time children just want to have fun all day and nothing else. It has always been my fear that my son becomes distracted with all the physical activities that he might refuse and even hate studying. I discovered later on when we enrolled him at Creme de la Creme that there truly was nothing to fear. That is because they can integrate study and play so well that everything just seems fun and new to the children. They really plan out their programs well in order to cater to children's desire for play and the need to learn something new. We have been with Creme for 7 months now and in my experience,there could be no better child care center than this.What's more incredible is that my son gives as much focus to his homework as he does to play.They can make everything seem so fun that the kids are actually inspired to learn.
Posted: 4/08/2011 • Link to this review
I thought before my friends were just exaggerating. So, I really took time to see for myself and toured the facilities of Creme de la Crème Roswell, Atlanta. After I did, I was in a big awe! I haven't seen such a wonderful and magical place for kids to learn, play and socialize - only in Creme! Now I am 100% convinced that my son should be a part of this institution.
Posted: 3/23/2011 • Link to this review
My parents have always believed in having the best education in preparation for a good future. They have imbibed the same principle in me. We were a middle class family, but education has always been our priority. This same principle I apply to my family now. I always insist on the best school for my children. My eldest son studied at Creme de la Creme during his pre-school years. His younger sister, now aged 2, is also studying at Creme. Creme prepares kids to become better students when they grow older. They drive for excellence which I particularly like. The formative years of young children are important. When at a young age children are taught the right way, they carry it with them until they mature.
Posted: 2/23/2011 • Link to this review
Creme de la Creme is an excellent school with excellent services. The people there provide a healthy, enjoyable, educational and secure environment for my daughter and her cousins. I can leave them alone with the knowledge that they are in good hands.
Posted: 2/02/2011 • Last edited: 3/09/2011 • Link to this review
Creme is a very safe place where everyone will love your child. If those are your only qualifiers than you will be thrilled with Creme, if not you'll probably not be that happy. As a learning environment it's lacking. The curriculum sounds good, but is rarely followed. There is A LOT of turnover (although they do have some longevity with a small group of teachers). The Buckhead location is old and the facility isn't anything to brag about. The Creme franchise should probably just tear the building down and start over. New building, mostly new staff would probably be a good start. It is expensive and if it lived up to what is promised it would be worth every cent.. but sadly it doesn't, and as a result is just really an expensive day care. We had our child there for a year and a half, and spoke with the directors multiple times trying to get them to fulfill their end of the commitment, but sadly we never got there...
Posted: 1/17/2011 • Link to this review
My daughter started at this day care when she was 7 months old. She stayed there untill 2 yrs old (because we had to move). We absolutely loved this day care. The management is friendly and ready to listen to you. The teachers are awesome ! They take care of your kid like anything. We are not very happy at the new day care she is going to nor we have found anything close to Creme at Roswell road. The infrastructure is not so great but they try to make that up with love and affection. The only downside is the parking and traffic during peak hours while dropping off or picking. But I can live with that when I know my child is with safe hands.
Posted: 7/18/2010 • Link to this review
This place is amazing. The teachers are excellent and they love their job!! The directors are also wonderful. You can watch your kids before you leave on one of their many close circuit tvs. So happy we found this place!!Miss robin rocks!!!
Posted: 11/15/2009 • Link to this review
This is a great facility. The team looks after my son as if he is their own, he's learning a lot, and the it's worth every penny for the peace of mind. There's a reason moms-to-be have to sign up well before baby arrives for Creme. I only wish they would open a location for midtown/downtown!
Posted: 11/04/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
It's crazy how expensive they are. My private university education was not much more costly than this. If someone could afford this place, then they really don't need to go to work at all. Honestly, just stay home with your kids for these first few years then put them in a nice private school and return to work; you'll save thousands and the kids will do just as well.
Posted: 6/16/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Creme Buckhead is the cleanest nicest daycare/school. The staff is very friendly and accomodating. This is the first place we put our daughter in -and it wasn't easy to do- but you really do get peace of mind going here. The curriculum is great and the food is good too. They even provide the diapers. You do get more even though you spend more. It's totally worth every penny.
Posted: 5/18/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
If anyone has taken a look around at any of the childcare facilities in the Buckhead/Sandy Springs area, they should know that Creme Buckhead is the best. Time and time again, parents look to Creme for the best in childcare. With daily activities such as spanish, computer, art, music, waterpark, who could ask for more? Both the Creme staff and directors go above and beyond to make any parent feel welcome. It's hard pressed to find a place that leaves parents with such security in knowing when they leave their child, they truly are leaving them with "the best of the best."
Posted: 6/27/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
The infant room was stellar, and very loving. It was the cleanest, friendliest place I visited in the area (and I visited a lot). They have curriculum even for the babies... I felt very comfortable leaving my baby there.
Posted: 3/15/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review