Last Tuesday, little Ashley and I were riding on a bus headed for the mall. I'm proud to say that a lot of the other passengers commented on how well behaved she was. A few minutes later, the bus stopped and a dark-haired woman got on. She sat right across us and started to make a phone call, she spoke in Spanish during the whole time. At first, Ashley only looked interested. She kept on smiling at the woman, maybe trying to catch attention. When the woman was done with her phone call, my daughter suddenly called out to the woman in Spanish, apparently trying to make friends. I'll never forget the look on that woman's face! She was surprised a two-year-old was trying to get acquainted with her using the Spanish language as a medium of communication. They exchanged some greetings, then the woman turned to me and told me I had such a smart little girl. I have to admit, I felt like bursting with pride. My little Ashley can speak two languages! Nothing compares to the happiness a mother feels when her child achieves something great. It was really worth it sending my daughter to Creme de la Creme.
Posted: 4/08/2011 • Link to this review
In this troubled economy, if you want to make a solid investment, then, start with your child's education as I did mine. By the time our kids will be on their own someday, I am pretty sure they would be grateful and thankful for our selfless investment. It's not that we asking them to pay us back, but, seeing them succeed is more than enough payment. That said, I am making sure my investment in child's education starts at Creme de la Creme. I can see their dedication and determination in helping kids excel in their studies and with their innate and acquired skills. I trust that they will bring out the best in my son.
Posted: 3/30/2011 • Link to this review
With the many pre schools around claiming to be the best, I believe only Creme de la Creme lives up to its promises. They have the best teachers, facilities are well maintained, kids are motivated to learn. Even if its a bit expensive, I don't really care. What matters most is that my daughter gets the best education from the best school. At the end of the day, everything is worth the price I paid for.
Posted: 3/02/2011 • Link to this review