My son went to this preschool for only about six months when he was two. Overall, it was a decent little place. We probably would have kept him here if a waitlisted spot didn't become available at our preferred preschool. They really helped us get him potty-trained, and were able to offer us a lot of advice to work on it at home. They have a decent schedule they follow throughout the day, that works in a variety of activities (art, waterwork, playground time, etc) but it's not overly structured (which I find to be unnecessary at this age). They provide lunch for your child, which is brought over from the lunchroom at the K-8 school next door, and it's typical cafeteria food. I wasn't overly thrilled about that, but it was convenient. My favorite thing about the preschool s the playground. It's not anything fancy, but there's a huge tree that shades literally every corner of the playground. It's nice to not have to worry so much about sunscreen in the mornings. 🙂 Two things that bothered me: First, I heard a little more yelling/raised voices than I was comfortable with. My theory is if they do it for the few minutes a day that parents are there, what is it like when we're gone? And second, at the end of the day, they would put in a movie for the children while they waited for parents to pick them up. Not cool, as they're only two to five years old. But, we did a lot of research and visits, and this was really a top option at this price point.