Not only am I a teacher here, I also have two children that attend as well. As soon as I toured and interviewed I knew that this school was different- special. We are all like family and our main concern is the well being of the children. There are many daycares and preschools out there that are simply out to make a profit, and care about nothing else. The owner Brenda and the director Lauren are professional, caring, understanding, and calm. I enjoy coming to work, and every Friday when we talk about the days of the week and I tell my students that there is no school on Saturday or Sunday, it is not unusual to hear them say "Oh Man!!" I 1000+ recommend this center to parents who are looking for quality care and education. I am a parent as well, and I know how hard it is to leave your little ones. This is a loving family environment that I guarantee your child will grow to love!
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My daughter had such a fantastic year at the CLC. The teachers are wonderful and all are highly educated in the field of early childhood education. The Creative Learning Center provides a high-quality, half-day, arts-infused preschool program for a diverse population of families. Their diversity is a source of strength, providing a rich social interaction between families from different cultures, socio-economic backgrounds, and languages spoken. The schools has a close proximity and relationship with UNCSA as well as WFU medical school. With a curriculum based on the Reggio Emilia approach, they emphasize respect for others and for ourselves. My daughter loves going to school and she had grown so much since the start of the school year. I feel so lucky that her first school experience was so positive.
I love this place. The last day care I was at was so big and had so many teachers I had no idea who was teaching my kids from week to week. this place is working better for my three year old. The class size is smaller but still big enough to get a child adjusted to a real classroom setting. The class my kid is in is structured, the teacher is fun, silly, smart, and my children ask for her on the weekends. The director and owner were very nice to me when I toured, and took pity on a clueless dad, and I like that you can not access the classrooms without an employee identifying you and unlocking the door. B y the way my three year old is writing their name, which amazes both me and my wife. We are very happy there and look forward to putting our son in the afternoon program in a few weeks.