My daughter has been attending this center since the school opened. Although they have changed management, the school has maintained it's high standards of care. So in regards to the grandmother speaking so terribly about the Director and Assistant Director, it sounds like you need to spend a full day in the center to see a clear picture. Stating that a director or asst director yells at the staff all day????? How would you know this? When I call the school or stop in mid day unexpected, I am always greeted with a smile and assisted with my needs if any from either one of the director's. I personally think this is a disgruntled staff member pretending to be a parent. But either way, this is a very humble school with great staff that love children and love what they do for children. My child is very happy to go to school each morning. She is always having a great time when I pick her up. One thing she does each evening we leave is hug the director in the office before leaving the building. So to me this is a wonderful school that loves my child and she loves them. This school may not be a good fit for some people and that is understandable. But if it were that bad, then grandma should watch her grandchild! My family and friends that attend Ivy League love it.
4171 Hendricks AveJacksonville, FL 32207
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As a tutor, it is important that I work for a company who really tries to do what is best for their students. I have been a tutor for over 10 years, and I really feel like I have found a company who knows how to best work with their students - and the parents as well. This company really tries to understand the specific needs of their students, while at the same time, they try to set goals with the parents that are realistic. They don't try to overwhelm their students with long tutoring sessions or long-term commitments. They really allow the student to learn at their pace, and the tutoring sessions go for as long as the student and the parent feel are necessary. They have given me the ability to use my skills without being "monitored" all the time. I have the flexibility to tutor when it is necessary, using materials from outside the classroom, and to use whatever means I can to reach out and connect with my students. I can't say enough good things about A Quantum Leap. While I don't have kids of my own, I wouldn't hesitate sending them to this company if they ever needed help.
Global Outreach Charter Academy is the best school in Jacksonville that I would highly recommend to any parent. I am extremely pleased with their holistic approach to every child's development, starting from academics, sports, nutrition, social development. Just to mention, it is such a relief for me that Global Outreach Charter Academy provides all THREE (!!!) meals a day. I personally had an opportunity during orientation days to try the meals school will be serving this year, and must admit, food is simply amazing! Fresh fruits and vegetables every day with low fat sauces and dips to motivate children eat healthily. I mean I can rest my head knowing that my 6 Grader will be fed throughout the day, and more importantly, I know every single meal follows strict state standards. This is such an important benefit for me as a working mother with three children. Everything that Global Outreach Charter Academy does just deserves admiration! Amazing teachers, great principals, excellent curriculum, latest technology, nutritious free meals, great educational experience!!!
My son Has been going almost 4 years to Lee. He is a senior this year, I stay involue in his school,teachers, and activities.They do have so many courses that focus on specifice goals for our young adults.To prepare them for the future. But for the Most we have been satisfied with the School,teachers,staff and Principal. They do have good and caring teachers and a excellent, caring Principal.Never the less we have had a few that we were not satisfied with. No matter what, there is always someones that you are not happy with or you feel like they are not doing their part. But no matter what school or business you will have that in all and anything. But for the Most we are satisfied with Robert E. Lee High School.I would send another one of my children there but this is the last one. The most important thing is keep in contact with your child teachers, staff and Principal. The schoolnotes.com or newschoolnotes.com or duvalschools.org so there is way to see how your child is doing and talk to the teacher and then to the principal if needed,.
Its a fun place where kids can be there selves and it is the place where kids are nice and the kids are eager to learn i just love Brentwood its the place my kids love when i teach there the kids love me and the other kids and teachers and when my kids go to the boys and girls club (NFL YET) they brag and brag about school and other kids that don't go there wish they go there my daughter (Amondi White) cried when she had to go home for summer (And some of her classmates) And when the 5th graders have to leave for middle school they bust out with tears because they say there going to miss there teachers and they really thank the teachers for all they done for them and they really touch me and the other teachers heart when they really care abut school we turned this school to a F school to a C school and where going to turn it to a C school to a A school and i really believe and this school we can make a difference and we will i believe we can make this happen with a little team work we can do it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My experience with Cambridge has been wonderful. I enrolled my daughter just for the summer before she was starting VPK at San Jose Episcopal a very expensive private school in Aug-2015. The summer for her at Cambridge was lovely. I then had her start San Jose as planned since they had such small classes and more then one teacher per room I thought academically this would be the right choice (I was very wrong). My daughter was not learning a thing and turned into this gloomy little girl I did not recognize. I pulled her out and placed her back at Cambridge for rest of her Pre-k year. She began learning very quickly with their curriculum, looked forward to the next day, and her overall happiness was back to normal. This is a very small facility, but like a small family. Great quality individual care for each child, trustworthy staff and no child is left out. I am even happier they are now providing care for newborns!! I am expecting and just got on the waiting list! Thank You!!
I am a former employee of The Goddard School (I left to pursue a different type of educational route). I would like to share my experience with The Goddard School. First off, there are a number of teachers who have obtained a 4 year degree in Education/Psychology and are certified teachers. The teachers who have not obtained their degree are currently in school. Every teacher is required to complete their DCF hours. Many teachers have had years of early childhood experience. Needless to say, the loving staff is well equipped to provide a stimulating and developmentally appropriate environment for your child. The FLEX curriculum allows children to be exposed to many learning domains through play-based experiences. The owner, educational director, and assistant director are very supportive to the teachers, parents, and children. The school is brand new, beautiful, and clean! I would recommend this environment for children to learn and develop!
My son has been at Goddard since it opened- he was 3yrs old (he is now about to graduate from VPK). I was very nervous about putting him in a school since he has special medical needs. The staff at Goddard welcomed us with open arms and made us feel so comfortable. They have treated us like we are part of a family. I could see such a change in my son since being at Goddard. He has grown physically and intellectually. He is more than prepared for kindergarden. I would recommend this school to anyone. Billy and Lisa are amazing people and we will surely miss them next year. Thank you for everything you have done for our family!
There is some rude behavior here. If the staff likes both the parent and child you'll have no rude behavior. If there's and issue with one or the other the then you'll see the rudeness. When you walk into the building and the staff says good morning to your child and not the parent that is a problem. The staff alienates curtain parents in this manner. Driving a wedge in between a child a parent is not something that should be tolerated; especially when you’re paying a very high weekly fee. This behavior will alienate a parent from their child. Some of the staff needs to find another place to work.
This company is phenomenal. I have a high functioning autistic child whose school was struggling with providing an effective curriculum. A quantum Leap did a free evaluation and assessment of my child's abilities and meet with the school and came out with a program just for us. They also help us get our school on the same page so we are even more effective. We looked at other companies and none do the free assessment and none offered any where near as much help. Thank you for helping my family get unstuck and move forward with my child's education. Sincerely; Hector Cisneros