I took my CNA classes in 2005 and I recommended the schools, not too bad and I want to back again for medication aide classes,one on my niece and friends went too
1703 Bolsover StHouston, TX 77005
2433 Rice BlvdHouston, TX 77005
9430 Main StHouston, TX 77025
From Business: Conveniently located near NRG stadium & TX Medical Center. Near Rice University. Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Metro Bus is available at Medical Center. Rooms newly remodeled. New room available. We offer Affordable Rates, medical rates, weekly rates. Free Wi-Fi - Free Coffee - Refrigerator In Some Rooms - Free Local P…
17300 Saturn LnHouston, TX 77058
From Business: Registration Via Web Site or Call to Request Form Welcome to SHBI. SHBI is a not-for-profit,tuition-free, Christ-centered educational environment founded in 1946. Our curriculum offers training for personal Christian growth and lay ministry as well as for career ministry. Our courses are offered in the evenings during the …
10255 Richmond AveHouston, TX 77042
From Business: What is the goal? Is it as simple as teaching the principles of geometry and physics? Or is it preparation for college? At Alexander-Smith Academy, we believe our purpose, our primary goal is to nurture young minds, providing the tools and tests necessary to help students develop intellectual maturity. For 43 years we've h…
14045 Space Center BlvdHouston, TX 77062
From Business: Distinct Abilities offers a nurturing, academic environment for families with children of all different abilities. The inclusion of children with Special Needs into the traditional classes encourages all children to learn to work together and help one another with compassion and excitement all at the same time. Children em…
13260 Forkland LnHouston, TX 77077
From Business: Five Star Montessori is a well established school that has been providing quality education and care since 1995. Five Star offers part time and short day classes (although most of our students are full time). Our classes provide Montessori based educational programs, a comfortable and prepared environment, and a variety of…
From Business: The Wheeler Avenue Christian Academy is one of the most respected private elementary schools in the Houston, TX area. Our staff is dedicated to creating a nurturing, caring teaching environment and the best Christian child care for infants, toddlers, preschool and elementary school aged children. Church Ministries Pastoral…
So grateful to Brother and Mrs. Jacobs and ALL their incredible Christian Staff for the Love they provided my daughters in their Biblical Teachings.. They live what they teach. What we want our children to learn about life, to prepare for life, is being lived out before their eyes on a daily bas…
This is a great Montessori school. The Method to the schools is time-yested and work. Just make sure that Montessori is right for you and your family before enrolling. It is a unique system and definitely worked for me daughter. She was very lucky to attend WMS. I did do my research and in res…
1321 Wirt RdHouston, TX 77055
From Business: Founded in 1962, now in its 6th decade. Woods High School - Woods Middle School - Woods Lower School: three levels of School of the Woods offer a total continuum of interactive Montessori education in an accredited and unique learning environment, from age 2-1/2 through Grade 12. Curriculum is personalized by Montessori-cr…
30. Sylvan Learning
Serving the Houston Area.
From Business: Whether your child needs help with one subject or in school overall, Sylvan's expert tutors are here to help. For more than 25 years, our highly trained and certi…
I entered Letourneau accelerated BBA program for working adults just before the turn of the century. I was short a math class, but was told they could probably substitute my Trig class for the Business math class. I worked full time, commuted 3 hours a day, and completed with a very good GPA. The time invested, and my low income caused a lot of trouble in my marriage. At the completion of my coursework, I applied for, and went to Graduation. Instead of a sheepskin, I was handed a blank sheet of paper, with my whole extended family present. When I asked for an explanation, I was told that the University decided not to accept my Trig class as credit for the Business Math class prereq. I had damaged my marriage, and had not slept in nearly 2 years, so could not take the math class. My marriage eventually fell apart, despite my efforts. Much of our problems were my ex wife's financial concerns. Had they notified me during my time as a student, maybe I could come up with a plan to complete the math requirement. Now, I am disabled from injuries resulting from long hours at a low paying, high impact job, and divorced. When I had time to complete the coursework, after my wife and I split, I was told there were a number of classes I would have to take, as requirements had changed. Definitely not happy with my dealings with this University. All I can say is, they will be very demanding and exacting with YOUR requirements and responsibilities, but not so much with theirs.
Their service is outstanding!!! Highly experienced instructors and staff great people and always going the extra miles to help! I will recommend their service.
My son went to this school for 4 years an was held back by them in kindergarten, last year in third grade they told me my son was unable to keep up anymore, an I was advised to take him to a psychiatrist recommended by them so they would be able to help him , once the diagnosis was found the school turned there back on my son an said they were no longer able to help him , not to mention the cost it cost me for the diagnosis , an the sacrifice of paying out tuition as well, to make a long story short be careful were you take your children an trust others with there little lives , even though I'm a firm believer that God don't make mistakes for your faith, an that this is probably a blessing in disguise , I feel they failed my son an my family in more ways then one.
We were looking for a Christian school with strong academics and unfortunately we should have done much more research. Here are the list of things you should know that is not stated anywhere on their website that we had to find out the hard way:-This is a family run business owned by Herc Palmquist (do a Google search in order to verify all information I am providing). The Principal, Beckie Soliz, is the daughter of the Palmquist's. This is important b/c if a major problem happens like it did for us, you only have Beckie Soliz to speak with about it. Everyone who works at the school is either related to the Palmquist family or are very close friends. There is not a school board posted on their website like other private schools. We were told there was a board but were never allowed to speak with anyone except Beckie Soliz and a new person named John Trevino who is introduced as a second "Principal". The problem is, Mr. Trevino works for the family so you are back to square one because he reports directly to the daughter/Principal. To summarize, this doesn't provide a checks and balances system when you have a family owned school. Your only choice will be, pull your child out of the school and keep paying tuition for a school your child doesn't attend.-Academics are way behind. We were told by the Principal that the real "bread and butter" of this school is the 2-4 year old PreK and the International students they get from African missionary programs. This has to be why the academics are so behind in comparison to other private school curriculum.-Accreditation-It states on their website and brochure they are accredited by 2 different organizations academically. When we tried to report our issues with the school to these organizations, we were told Texas Christian School is not listed as an academically accredited school with them.In summary, if you are related or friends of someone at the school, this might work for you. If not, be very careful.
Beth Bashinski (owner and principal) doesn't care about the students. She yells at them and only wants your money. She shuffles the kids who are falling behind on because she doesn't want to seem like a failure. Leading to her failing the children. She's petty and vindictive. All of the teachers except her are leaving the school and not returning in the fall of 2017. If you care about your children at all don't take them here.
I am now paying off the tuition bill and no company will even interview me. I have sent out resumes and applications to numerous places for for almost a year now. I am so disappointed. I have a small part time job and now a new bill to pay with no hope. There are so many graduates from this place and other institutions just like it, that there is no need for any more employees with this certificate. Think long and hard before you sign up to go to Everest. You will climb the mountain but quickly slide into the deep ditch. They will not be able to find you a job either. They will send you to a lousy externship, a place that doesn't hire, but uses students only, to run their business to save money on hiring real employees. I was one of the good students and made great grades.
It's awful . Save your money!!! It's the worst school in the Bay Area by far. They need to be shut down.
Going to Springville changed my life for the best ! I now have a well- paying job in the healthcare industry. I would recommend the school any day. The best school north of Houston.
This school is a joke! I graduated June 29th, received my certification in Phlebotomy July 8th. It is now about to be October and I still don't have a job! They don't help you! All they care about is money. Dr Raymond is rude and he doesn't know anything! Can't understand what he saying half the time. The program is 900 plus 105 for the cert test. & he says after grad we can always go back and practice blood draw But when you go there's no one to practice with. All the teachers are rude and ghetto. They don't care about you! You don't learn everything you're suppose to know. He LITERALLY gives you the answers to the Cert test! In a room where there's no cameras. Just so he has high pass rating and can keep his school. I really don't feel like I earned my certification. I know how to draw blood but no one will hire me because I have no experience. & the cert is NOT nationally certified. Most places will Not accept MEDCA as a valid certification . BEWARE!!! Save your money and time!!!