My son went to Honey Tree from 3 months old to 4 years, just prior to entering Kindergarten. It was the hardest decision I ever had to make, where to leave my infant son while I went back to work. From the moment I went into the infant house to check it out, I knew this was the place I would send my son. The quality of care and the love that everyone showed for each child convinced me. Even children that were older came back just to see those who had taken care of them when they were little, with hugs and kisses for each of the caregivers. It was like a family, which was exactly what I wanted. My son flourished there, and when he entered Kindergarten, his teacher praised him for the amount of work that had been done with him. He was able to write his name, knew all of his colors, shapes, most of his letters and numbers. It is a wonderful place, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for quality child care.
I graduated from FHS 25 years ago. Christian education had a significant impact on my life spiritually and educationally. I made certain to send my three children and was reminded again of the impact Christian education can have on the life of a young person. Following God's leading I left my career as a public school math teacher and administrator to serve Christ by helping our young people to love the Lord with all of their heart, soul, strength, and mind and to prepare them with a biblical world view that will help them succeed in higher education and in life.
This day care has small groups and excellent staff retention. Teachers work closely with parents to ensure children's optimum developmental success and are instrumental in seeking outside professional therapies whenever appropriate. To clarify a previous post, the center is cleaned daily, and there has been one case of lice in the past 16 years. Not every center is right for every family, so it's important to visit and ask questions before making your decision.