I have only been to this location one time. I did not stay long because the prices were so high.I recently went to the Grainger website and browsed around. The prices there were exrtremely high as well. For example, a 2 pack of Dewalt 18v batteries were $158. You can easily get them online elswhere for $99.How does this place stay in business?
6800 Park Ten Blvd Ste 186wSan Antonio, TX 78213
From Business: "During the period of Cameron Management's ownership of our building, I found it easy to communicate with building management on any issues we had. The staff was attentive and the maintenance staff courteous and helpful." Alex Howard, Principal - Howard, Frazier, Baker & Elliot ( Esperson Buildings )"Cameron Management fac…
3635 Belgium LnSan Antonio, TX 78219
From Business: Based in San Antonio, Bella Cameron Academy provides educational opportunities to students in prekindergarten through grade eight. The academy s curriculum includes various subjects, such as computer applications, creative writing, language arts, mathematics, science, special education, social studies, English and physical…
We have been so happy with Primrose! It is such a great feeling to know when we drop off our son that he is in such great hands! Our boy absolutely loves his teachers and enjoys interacting with his classmates. As an educator myself, I love seeing how even the infant classrooms have curriculum. I know my son has had a great start to his education!
Our Son has greatly improved since joining Primrose School at Bulverde Road. The Staff and Teachers always greet us with a smile and are very attentive to any issues involving our son! We highly recommend Primrose!
Mi experiencia en Montessori Schoolhouse ha sido la mejor! Ver como mis dos hijos han madurado y crecido no solo en el ambito academico ha sido altamente gratificante como mama. El cariño y el ambiente de calidez que se respira en esta paqueña escuela rodeada de arboles y naturaleza es la mejor decision que como papas pudimos haber tomado. Altamente recomendable.
They don't care about the children, they only care about the money. Teachers there complain everyday about needing help in their classrooms and they directors shrug it off. They hire anyone off the street and expect them to know how to take care of the children. Kids with special needs don't get the attention they need because the teachers are not educated in how to take care of them. Your basically overpaying for bad babysitters.
ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE!! My daughter was here for six months before we forcefully removed her same day!! She was BIT FOUR TIME BY THE SAME CHILD! TWO OF THE BITES KEFT RED MARKS FOR DAY AND ONE EVEN BROKE THE SKIN! The staff refused to do anything to assure our child will be safe! ALL WE GOT FROMTHE STAFF WAS SMOKE AND MIRRORS AND KAME EXCUSES LIKE "well, toddlers will bite!" Gotta be kidding me!
DisappointedMy husband and I have been displeased with the quality of our son's care at this school. Once we found another child wearing his clothes, another time his sippy cup went untouched all day. Regularly we found him with food all over his face and clothes, and his diaper full. In the 4 months attended, there was a lot of turnover with both teachers and teaching assistants (2 teachers and 3 assistants), and no communication about the changes from the school. In fact, it was 2 weeks before we knew our son's teacher no longer worked there (there is an aide present when we drop him off and pick him up). We ended up having to call the school to ask about his teacher because when we went to pick him up, the aide was also new. The school did a poor job of communicating with us regarding what our son did during the day (ie how he slept, what he worked on, how he ate). The information we were able to get separately from his teacher and teacher's aide were rarely consistent. When asked if we could get occasional reports on our son's activities during the week, we were told that wasn't "Montessori". When my son stopped attending, we were informed by the head of the school that his teacher was unable to work with him because he only attended 2 full days a week (he is 2 years old and my husband stays at home with him). I wish we had known that from the beginning; we would have chosen a school that was willing to teach our child on a 2 days/week schedule. We are seeking educational enrichment for our son to break up the time he stays at home, not a drop-off daycare. All in all, disappointed with our experience; it was not at all what was presented to us when we met the teachers and toured the school.
We LOVE Montessori SchoolhouseWe have 2 children at the school and have nothing but positive things to say. Our daughter started at the school at 18 months and is excelling academically. She is 4 now and working on math skills taught in 2nd grade in public schools! This is our sons first year. He started out in the Nido class at 13 months. A new classroom, opened just this year, for 12 months-2 year olds. He loves school and loves exploring his environment. They only cry when its time to go home!!!
My daughter is 2 1/2 and loves everything about school. It took a couple of weeks to adjust but her teachers are so patient, kind, and nurturing that it did not take long for her to become acclimated to the daily routine. She comes home talking about her activities for the day with such excitement. We are very pleased with the structure and level of academics the school provides. It has far exceeded our expectations!
i must say about the other reviews is i think yall must have had a bad teacher,because i love this daycare,out of any daycare i have ever been in to country home was the best i have ever been into.they do alot of things with the kiddos all day,art everyday,and almost all the teachers i have met are really nice,they also have a video camera in the room and run a full background check on all there employs,i felt very safe leaving my child there and would recommend country home to all of my friends.