We absolutely loved Pflugerville Montessori. Our son and daughter had Ms. Ida and Ms. Alla and they were the best! They were patient, loving, nurturing, but also gave that tough love when they needed to. My children are advanced now in their learning and development because of this school. The director, Mrs. Devani is on top of things and makes sure that parents and students are happy. We recommend this school to anyone! Excellent!
Posted: 8/28/2015 • Link to this review
Our son & daughter (ages 3 & 5) are both in Ms Alla's primary class. She is an awesome teacher. My daughter learned how to read within 5 months of attendance & my son is already spelling. Ms Alla is very loving, caring & she motivates the children to be confident & studious. Both our kids absolutely LOVE her!! Our daughter will be moving on to elementary school this August, we know she is prepared & ready to go thanks to the excellent curriculum offered at Pflugerville Montessori & with Ms Alla, Ms Hellen, Ms Ida & Ms Maria's love, patience & guidance. This school has some amazing women that dedicate their time & energy to the children in our community. We will always be grateful to the wonderful staff there!!
Posted: 5/23/2014 • Link to this review
Sadly, most of the reviews about this school are lies. The facility is dirty, staff only cleans whenever the state is visiting. Younger children are treated to entertain themselves and "teachers" (if we can call them that) pretend to teach the children whenever they're informed that parents are walking about. Other than that most children aren't learning anything. Do not waste your money on this school.
Posted: 12/25/2012 • Link to this review
I was impressed with all these reviews but it is six months now and all my daughter did so far, was use scissors to cut pieces of paper and watch other kids play. There is only one good teacher in this school, Ms.L, and her class has 26 kids in her room. When I questioned my daughter's teacher, Ms.C, why my child couldn't read/write/recognize even alphabets and numbers, she complained back saying my kid wasn't willing to learn. The fact we came to know later from an older kid in the class was that the teacher never spent time with younger kids. Those are the ones needing more hand holding and personal care, both in a group and in a one-to-one basis. That didn't happen and over that the teacher wasn't telling the truth, and putting blame on the kids. Thanks to the reluctance of Ms.D, all kids in Ms.C's class are either changing their room or leaving the school.
Posted: 8/28/2012 • Link to this review