My son Alex was the first group of kids graduated from Abacus Brain Gym Austin . The skills he learned are amazing and he will benefit from it for the rest of his life. The teaching staff is very knowledgeable and professional. It is a great program for kids!
2001 Wells Branch PkwyAustin, TX 78728
Too many new faces. If I can't learn the names of every new teacher, how is my child supposed to feel comfortable and safe with these strangers? E…
1910 Justin LnAustin, TX 78757
From Business: Voted Best Early Care and Education in Austin for 14 Years. Children ages 6 weeks through 11 years. Infant & Toddler Care â€¢ Preschool â€¢ Prekindergarten â€¢ Af…
2301 N A W Grimes BlvdRound Rock, TX 78665
We've been there since this school opened, and I can say that the teachers and administrators are all well versed in making sure their children are …
My daughter, now three years old, has been happily attending Twin Oaks since she was 18 months old. I have watched her language, social skills, manners and learning skills bloom under the guidance of the entire Twin Oaks staff. Additionally, the mixed age classes are wonderful. My daughter benefits from both the older students, who act as mentors, and the younger students, as this allows her to help others learn and grow.When I found them I did my research with the state and they have never, not once, had a serious incident/accident or violation. The class ratios are on point and the campus inside and out is always clean and safe.Ms. Bona, Ms. Nila and all the teachers treat the children like family and share responsibilities with the children. This allows the children to know and have bonds with all teachers. To sum it up I am extremely please with our experience with Twin Oaks and am confident my daughter will be ready for school when its time.
Hello,I just wanted to take a minute and address a previous review. The family placing the review was very happy with the school and the care given to their child. They only had their child enrolled with us for two days before deciding to take their child to Paris with Mom for six weeks and were uncomfortable for paying the tuition for the days the child was here. Thank you,Jodi Someshwar
I have had my children at both campuses and I have the up most respect for the director,Jodi, and the entire staff at OWM! My son attends the infant room and the women are the most loving and caring teachers! Whenever I have had any concerns Jodi has been there to listen and correct anything I needed. She is present at both campuses and has always made it known that she is there for the children and families because she wants to be. She is sweet, professional and the “campus grandmother”! She is not “bipolar” as stated in another review. My daughter had an dairy allergy and the campus made every accommodation for her without hesitation. Personally, as a teacher, I knew what I wanted and the type of environment I wanted my children to be in while I was at work and the teachers and curriculum exceeds every expectation I had! My children are able to thrive in a safe and loving community. As a mother there is nothing else I could ask from them! The campus is clean, the staff is friendly, professional and I wouldn’t trust anyone else with my children! They truly love all the children as if they were their own!
Adorable daycare. Teachers are so sweet! I have been bringing my little one here for a few years now. We will miss it when he starts school.
AVOID AVOID AVOID I went to their newly opened second office -100 Deer Ridge Blvd Round Rock TX. Their second facility was just opened and nice and clean. However, a teacher was holding infants' one arm and moving him around one place to another like monkey. When I said this concern, the director Jodi was extremely rude and giving us bipolar mood. She only wants to talk but don't know how to listen and has a weird temper issue. I quit right after I saw that. And my child has a shoulder injury so had to see a doctor. Jodi thinks it is not that severe issue!!! infant period is the most important period and it can cause a permanent damage. Our every infants are so precious and need to be loved by many others and should not be treated like that. I would avoid this place if you are smart and educated parents. Now I see why this montessori is very low rating and their second place has no place to write a reviews on. I see why. AVOID.
We moved to the area in the summer of 2015, and looked carefully for pre-schools for our child. Many of the options in the area seemed satisfactory, but frankly more like businesses than educational establishments. So then we stumbled across BlueBonnet, and our initial impressions were extremely positive. The owner is a tremendous spirit and a lovely person. The teachers are all extremely thoughtful, kind, smart, and worldly, in a benevolent way. The thought process behind the schooling is creative and functional. I can see the artistic in my son, and the engineer too. The teachers clearly love what they do, and it shines through. Interaction with the other parents has been tremendous - we've made many friends, and it's been a really nice way to get involved in our local community. BlueBonnet does a great job developing our child's mind, and his spirit. And to add to this, they are kind, caring and honorable people, who want to make the world a better place. In my opinion, you couldn't ask for more
PLEASE DON'T SEND YOUR CHILD TO THIS HORRIBLE PLACE FOR ONE THEY YANKS AND PULLS ON YOUR CHILD I HAVE SEEN THEM ROLL THEIR EYES AT CHILDREN THAT GRANNY THAT WORKS THEIR IS A CHARACTER SHE'S NICE WHEN THE MOMS THEIR BUT AS SOON AS THE MOMS/DADS LEAVES THAT'S WHEN THE REAL HER COMES OUT ALSO I HAVE WORKED IN THE INFANTS ROOM THEY DON'T SANITIZED NOTHING ALSO OTHER BABIES PICK OTHER BABIES PACIFIERS UP AND PUY IT IN THEY MOUTH CAUSE THEY DON'T KNOW , KNOW BETTER SO THEY TAKES IT OUT AND GIVE IT TO THE ONE IT BELONGS TO WITHOUT WASHING IT OFF OR ANYTHING THIS IS HOW GERMS ARE SPREAD AND WHY BABIES GETS SICK I WOULD NEVER HAVE MY KIDS GO HERE TO BE MISTREATED
Horrible! The director of the program would not allow me to see my daughter. I was out raged, angry and frustrated! I had to subpoena them to court! I hope they learn their lesson. Fathers have rights!!!!!!
The Parmer Children's Montessori Academy discriminate against kids with multiple food allergies conditions.They named themselves as nut- free facility, but they don't accept enrollment of children with multiple food allergies. I enrolled my son to Parmer Children's Montessori Pre-School, and after two meetings with the daycare center including an email explaining his allergies issue (he is allergic to egg, milk, lentils, tomato, kiwi, and strawberry) they told only on his first day at the daycare that they can't accept him in there due his allergies issue. Mrs. Jodi specifically said my son's condition would create high liability for them and investors wouldn't like that! After this event happened to me, I checked on the DFPS site another complaint that a child was left unsupervised in the bathroom for approximately 2 hours. I wonder how was that even possible and what irresponsibility. Here is the website:https://www.dfps.state.tx.us/Child_Care/Search_Texas_Child_Care/CCLNET/Source/Provider/ppComplianceHistory.aspx?fid=737009&tab=2 I do not recommend this daycare at all and I appreciate other parents to read this review and really consider not enrolling their child in a place that ignores ADA and its anti-discrimination protection and left children unattended for long periods of time.