One of my friends put his daughter and son in Crème de la Crème Preschool. I am really impressed by their growth. She can read well and also sing well. They offer specifically designed programs make the most of your child’s early years. Their Science and social studies, emergent math, & more at Crème de la Crème’s Private Kindergarten program in Lonetree. Their curriculum is designed to promote & support the growth of the whole child. I am also thinking to admit my 2 year old daughter there.
Posted: 6/14/2011 • Link to this review
While other schools are good and nice, Creme de la Creme is great and excellent. They did wonders to my daughter. A few months after she got into Creme, she can read and write. She asks smart questions. She describes things or happenings with understandable details sometimes even like an adult. She likes to play with stuff that have puzzles in them and learns how to solve them. She asks if she doesn't know how, then does it all over by herself. She learns things quickly. What I like about this is that it challenged me to read a lot more now than ever, so I can answer my daughter whenever she pops up those endless questions. Creme has been very helpful and supportive of my daughter. They are instrumental in building up her skills and keeps on developing them. I like the open communication I have with her teacher. I get first hand information on my daughter’s progress in school.
Posted: 5/06/2011 • Link to this review
They say that if you want your child to excel in school, he should be properly prepared for it. Creme de la Creme specializes in teaching children in their early years. They have always emphasized that it is important to teach children early in life in order to ensure their success later in kindergarten or even in their more advanced student life. Our son has been in Creme de la Creme since he was 12 months old and he has always enjoyed it there. He especially loved the “Coconut Theater” where they would play and make puppet shows. When he gets home, sometimes he’d make a puppet show just for us. Aside from the theater, he also likes Science lab. He always talks about the amazing new things he has learned in school. Now that he’s in kindergarten, he always bags the stars. The teachers are so impressed at how fast he learns and how easily he can understand the concepts they are trying to teach. “He is advanced for his age.” Was what the teacher told me. Not only that, aside from excelling in school matters, he also has a lot of friends. He is well liked not only by the adults but also by the other children. Frankly, I can never thank Creme de la Creme enough. They helped shaped my son into who he is right now.
Posted: 4/08/2011 • Link to this review
My children are my pride and joy. I shower them with everything I can give including the best education. For their preschool years, I enrolled them at Creme de la Creme. Sure enough when they moved up to higher levels, they excelled in their academics and extra -curricular activities. At Creme de la Creme their aim is not only to provide above standard curriculum, they also help kids develop their skills. With this principle, kids when they moved to a higher grade level, they are already well prepared since they were exposed to these things at a young age. My children's present teachers are impressed with their abilities and their capacities to grasp things. Creme de la Creme is highly recommended to all parents. You will realize later on, the money you spent at Creme de la Creme for your child's education is more than worth it.
Posted: 4/01/2011 • Link to this review
I worked at this very creme de la creme when I was younger and I had serious concerns about the care in the infant room the young women that worked in this room would simply move the babies from toy to toy because there were time limits on everything.. like a bouncer for 10 mins a swing for 20. and thats all the babies did all day long it was awful as a mother I told Brooke the director and she was not concerned at all that the girls weren't cleaning the babies bottum at all unless it had to be done and just ignored them the rest of the time till mommy or daddy came to pick them up!! Take advice from someone who saw it when parents weren't around It is not all wonderful as it seems!
Posted: 10/22/2009 • Link to this review
I sent my daughter here for about a year and a half, then switched when she was preschool age. Lia, the director, is very nice and efficient. However, she was the 4th director we saw in 18 months. There is quite a decent amount of turnover with the younger care-givers, but the primary ones have been there for a bit. The facility is absoultely adorable, and very exciting. My little one learned a lot, and the hours are very good for working parents. My girl enjoyed the Coconut Theater and the Water Park very much. The downside: the price tag. I have found many adequate childcare facilities in the area that are much less, and there is zero flexibility on rates since they are corporately owned. My company tried to get a corporate rate with them, but was unsuccessful. The place feels more like a daycare then a school, so by the time my girl hit 3 and a half, it felt like time to move on to something more educational. My favorite teacher was Ms. Zoe: she was strict but very loving and was the perfect mentor for my little one. Unfortunately, she aged out of her class so quickly. I personally feel there are better facilites for the $$, but I don't have any negative remarks about this school. I would recommend it primarily for ages older infant - 3 years.
Posted: 10/19/2009 • Link to this review
Our 10 month old has been there for two months and it's been fantastic. The people are very attentive and energetic, and we are quite happy with the service. It is pricey, but daycare is not something I want to skimp on.
Posted: 5/23/2006 • Link to this review
I had 3 children at Creme and was extremely pleased with the level of care & support that they all received. The staff was wonderful. My daughter started kindergarten this year and was wonderfully prepared. They're not cheap, but you absolutely get what you pay for.
Posted: 9/28/2005 • Link to this review