my child is currently attending this facility and although it is not the worst, things are different and less impressive as the days go by. 1st- the facility to clean and everyone is relatively nice, but they need customer service training. The man who is there in the morning is unfriendly and not helpful at all( and I have experience him on about 5 occasions). 2nd- They say that they are using the Creative Curriculum- but they are not! I am an educator and am trained and certified on it. It does not support worksheets for 4 years olds, let alone 3 year olds. In addition, my husband and I just took notice to the fact that there are NO TOYS and no stations in the room (Creative curriculum is a learn through play curriculum). 3rd- The teachers are not teachers. Sadly they are young ladies who, while trying their best, are just not good enough. They do not communicate with me at all about my child progress (this is my 3 year old's first time in a school setting). Even when I ask, I get answers like, "oh, ummm doing fine." It is disturbing to me that my child is spending the entire day with people cannot formulate a proper sentence and who are not observant enough to tell my anything about the day. 4th- the other day when I walked in, one of the teachers had just come in from a smoke break- REALLY? For all those who want to respond- don't bother. This place is simply not what I am looking for. To each his own....and you can have it!
Posted: 10/30/2013 • Link to this review
MKS is the ideal place for children. I cannot imagine a more loving or nurturing environment. They offer age appropriate instruction and additional enrichment to make sure that children are prepared to meet and exceed future academic standards. The director and staff are professionals who model Christian values and are equally concerned about learning and character development. Everything is top notch. While my daughter is still enrolled at MKS, my son has just graduated from their Pre-K program. Therefore my only complaint is that Mrs. Freeman has not added an elementary school component to their program. Otherwise they would never attend another school.
Posted: 6/19/2011 • Link to this review