Preschools Kindergarten in Vero Beach, FL

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1. SunCoast School

3050 43rd AveVero Beach, FL 32960

(772) 778-0892

From Business: SunCoast School was founded in 1984, to be affordable to all who wish to attend. SunCoast is a small independent school serving students from age3 through the 8th…

7. Little Monkeys Home Daycare

Vero Beach, FL 32967

(772) 581-6229

8. Kendall Academy

575 Royal Palm BlvdVero Beach, FL 32960

(772) 562-4444

My son went to this school since he was almost 2 years old and stayed there until he had to go to kinder. Now my daughter who just turned 2 attends …

9. Early Education Center

1750 20th StVero Beach, FL 32960

(772) 562-7907
Great Beginnings PreSchool & Child Care Center

10. Great Beginnings PreSchool & Child Care Center

1708 43rd AveVero Beach, FL 32960

(772) 299-4757

Horrible preschool! My son had a febrile seizure and a fever of 105 and I was not contacted. The director is very unprofessional along with about h…

11. Little Rising Stars

2855 58th AveVero Beach, FL 32966

(772) 569-7774

From Business: preschool, childcare center, infant to pre-K care, creative learning center, education, skill building, vero beach,florida, nature school,

La Petite Academy

12. La Petite Academy

1418 27th AveVero Beach, FL 32960

(866) 384-1390

From Business: Child care for babies, infants, toddlers & school-age children in Vero Beach, FL. Offering daycare, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, before/after school programs, …

13. Beachland Elementary School

3551 Mockingbird DrVero Beach, FL 32963

(772) 564-3300

From Business: Beachland Elementary School, a part of the School District of Indian River County, offers academic programs to students in kindergarten through grade five. The sc…

14. Masters Academy

1105 58th AveVero Beach, FL 32966

(772) 794-4655

From Business: Established in 1998, the Master s Academy is an educational institution that serves more than 300 students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The school organi…

15. Osceola Magnet School Elementary School

667 20th StVero Beach, FL 32960

(772) 564-5821

16. Vero Beach Pre School Inc

890 6th AveVero Beach, FL 32960

(772) 299-4885

17. Children's Discovery Center

760 20th AveVero Beach, FL 32962

(772) 778-5783

18. Citrus Elementary School

2771 4th StVero Beach, FL 32968

(772) 978-8350

19. St Edward's School

2225 Club DrVero Beach, FL 32963

(772) 231-5357

20. Dodgertown Elementary School

4350 43rd AveVero Beach, FL 32967

(772) 564-4100

21. Indian River Christian Pre-School & Learning Center

6767 20th StVero Beach, FL 32966

(772) 562-9623

22. Highlands Elementary School

500 20th St SWVero Beach, FL 32962

(772) 564-3390

23. Cradles to Crayons Inc

1285 6th AveVero Beach, FL 32960

(772) 562-4202

24. For Kids Only

2044 16th StVero Beach, FL 32960

(772) 778-0098

26. Lakewood Park Elementary School

7800 Indrio RdFort Pierce, FL 34951

(772) 468-5830

From Business: Lakewood Park Elementary School is based in Fort Pierce, Fla. The school operates under St. Lucie County Public Schools. It offers educational services to student…

28. Pelican Island Elementary School

1355 Schumann DrSebastian, FL 32958

(772) 564-6500

From Business: Pelican Island Elementary School is operated by the School District of Indian River County. It offers classes from grades kindergarten through five, and is locate…

29. Frances K Sweet Elementary

1400 Avenue QFort Pierce, FL 34950

(772) 468-5330

From Business: F.K. Sweet Magnet School is an elementary institution that provides academic classes to students in kindergarten through grade five. It has a library media center…

Roseland United Methodist Church

30. Roseland United Methodist Church

8205 129th CourtRoseland, FL 32957

(772) 589-3035

From Business: We have two services each Sunday. Our 9:00 a.m. Pathfinder service is contemporary with a band and our 11:10 a.m. service is traditional with a choir. Children's …

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Maitland Farm Preschool
4billlewis rated

After reading a few of the other reviews, I said - "this can't be the same Maitland Farm Preschool that my twins Rebecca and William attended for almost 3 years." Never once did we have an issue or problem that wasn't resolved to our satisfaction.Moving to Vero Beach from Fort Lauderdale, my wife and I had 3 kids that required an education. Our oldest daughter - who already had skipped a grade in Elementary school - was on her way to Catholic school. Our twins - not so lucky as the "preschool" educational opportunities were sparse. We were recommended to Maitland Farm by a friend. In researching the school, I told my wife that I wasn't sending my kids to a preschool to milk cows and count chicken eggs. Being from the "big city," I wanted something more.Relationships the way they are, my wife won the argument and our twins were enrolled in Maitland Farm. Separate classes for each of them, we mutually decided - and the school agreed - that the kids should be taught by different teachers. Time to separate our twins in an effort to allow them to flourish. Far from milking cows and counting chicken eggs, our twins had many opportunities to learn new skills and employed them in spontaneous play. Not only did they develop small and large muscles by the use of manipulatives - or on the playground - they quickly mastered various art and writing tools as well. Communication through the spoken word, dictated stories - along with songs and rhymes were employed. Using objects in the classroom, playground and farm yard quickly enhanced their natural abilities. Reading, writing and arithmetic were all taught at Maitland Farm Preschool. To me, it may have been a small town "farm school" but to my twins attending Maitland Farm was an experience they speak of to this day. As a Dad who dropped off his kids several times a week and one who participated in more than his share of events, parties, school functions, etc. - I'm giving them 5 stars for an overall great experience.William E. Lewis Jr.Vero Beach, Florida.

Maitland Farm Preschool
4billlewis rated

After reading a few of the other reviews, I said - "this can't be the same Maitland Farm Preschool that my twins Rebecca and William attended for almost 3 years." Never once did we have an issue or problem that wasn't resolved to our satisfaction.Moving to Vero Beach from Fort Lauderdale, my wife and I had 3 kids that required an education. Our oldest daughter - who already had skipped a grade in Elementary school - was on her way to Catholic school. Our twins - not so lucky as the "preschool" educational opportunities were sparse. We were recommended to Maitland Farm by a friend. In researching the school, I told my wife that I wasn't sending my kids to a preschool to milk cows and count chicken eggs. Being from the "big city," I wanted something more.Relationships the way they are, my wife won the argument and our twins were enrolled in Maitland Farm. Separate classes for each of them, we mutually decided - and the school agreed - that the kids should be taught by different teachers. Time to separate our twins in an effort to allow them to flourish. Far from milking cows and counting chicken eggs, our twins had many opportunities to learn new skills and employed them in spontaneous play. Not only did they develop small and large muscles by the use of manipulatives - or on the playground - they quickly mastered various art and writing tools as well. Communication through the spoken word, dictated stories - along with songs and rhymes were employed. Using objects in the classroom, playground and farm yard quickly enhanced their natural abilities. Reading, writing and arithmetic were all taught at Maitland Farm Preschool. To me, it may have been a small town "farm school" but to my twins attending Maitland Farm was an experience they speak of to this day. As a Dad who dropped off his kids several times a week and one who participated in more than his share of events, parties, school functions, etc. - I'm giving them 5 stars for an overall great experience.William E. Lewis Jr.Vero Beach, Florida.

Kendall Academy
Kara C. rated

I have a 2 year old son and I was very nervous about putting him in a daycare or school. When I first started with Kendall I felt great, I loved them, I praised about them to everyone. Well my son got sick one day, from another child there and was diagnosed with the flu so we kept him out for 4 days. Brought him back and he did what a lot of kids do, he started to cry when I dropped him off but the teacher told me he's fine once I drop him off and leave that he will get better with time. Well I got another call that he was running a fever so his father picked him up and brought him to the doctor again. I brought him in the next day only to be told that I can no longer bring my child here. When I asked why, I was told because he cries and hes clingy and its not fair to the other children. I tried to explain that he has been sick lately and she stated well you cant bring a sick child here. My son was cleared by the doctor to go back and obviously there was another sick child there that gave my son the flu. My son was not the only child that cries when being dropped of either so I felt as if I was being attacked by how UNPROFESSIONAL this was. They decided to wait till I dropped him off to tell me I cant take him there anymore and hand me a bag with all his stuff. They should've at least called me the day before knowing I live all the way in Fort Pierce. I'm glad I was able to see the true colors of this company because I wouldn't want my son to be here 8 hours a day with people that clearly don't care. Choose another school. Don't risk taking the chance of being left without an option because they decide to wait till the last minute to tell you that you cant bring your child there anymore.

Kendall Academy
cguist80 rated
Not what you think it is

This school is clean, yes. That's about it. There was a constant turnover in teachers. The management has a crappy attitude. They have a "it's our way, or the highway" policy. And well, children don't work that way. I, along with a few other mothers I know, were not happy at this school at all.