We are very happy that our kids attend Child s Place. Teachers and administrative employees are friendly and take a good care of our kids. Being Christians we thought about having our kids in a Christian school but I could not do it with them. My daughter asks me why I am there early when I pick them up early which is not usual. My son sometimes cries because he wants to stay with his teacher. Do I need to say anything else? My daughter in just now going to VPK and she spells everything she reads . She can color beautiful and between lines. She cuts paper almost perfect (for her age). My son can count not only in English but in Spanish as well and he just turned two years old. We are very happy with Child s place and I truly believe that it has everything to do with its administration. Juliana Martin.
Childs Place is a private elementary school.Students here identify primarily as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Multiracial. The student to teacher ratio at Childs Place is 8:1. Kaley Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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I've had my son here since he wa 2yrs old. He's now ready to go into VPK. He loves it there! Everyone is awesome I love that it is so accepting and so multicultural. We're not just a number and there's always something new for him to learn! I will keep him here for as long as I can.
This school was so much fun i learned a lot from it i loved it and miss it.
My children have been attending Child's Place for years I could not have dreamed of a better educational beginning for my kids.
I love this school. My daughter went here for pre-k and I could not have asked for more. Her teacher was great and she learned so much. They care about all the kids. If we didn't live so far away I would have kept her there. We will greatly miss the school and staff...
My children went to A Child's Place from really early in their lives until we left Orlando. It was a great place. We knew they were well cared for and taught Christian values without a lot of religious overtones. There was a wide variety of people different racial religious and ethnic groups both among the students and the staff. Bill Rose had a sense of humor and of honor and ran the school with a firm and loving hand. I'm glad our children went to A Chld's Place; if we still lived in Orlando and if Bill had been able to continue his plans to grow by one grade a year our oldest would just now be leaving it.