The Little School of Waldwick is a terrific school. The director, Ms. Marie is a wonderful person who is dedicated, caring and enthusiastic about creating a nuturing environment for children to learn and develop. The staff at the Little School are great with the kids. They are attentive and provide wonderful learning experiences. They offer many enrichment programs and fun activities for the kids to participate in. They make learning fun and exciting. My little boy is always so eager to go to sc…
The Little School of Waldwick provides a terrific education to young children. The director, Miss Maria is so involved with the education of each child. My son learned so much in the 2 year she was there. the teachers are wonderful too.
The Little School of Waldwick is the best nursery school out there. The director, Miss Maria does a super job with her program. Her children do all sorts of terrific projects as a group, like building a cave for polar bears while at the same time learning all about winter animals. She puts on grand show, like a circus at the end of the year and a mother’s day brunch. Once you walk into the school, you’ll see what I mean. It’s a spectacular place for kids. Love it.
The little school has changed are lives in so many ways,I could not believe all the different things they do for my son. From spelling and reading(that’s right reading and he’ just turned five) to all the little shows the kids put on for us. He all ways tells me about his teachers and the fun things they do together. makes me wish I went to a school like this when I was five, But even better my son gets to. Thank you little school!!
If you want a premiere nursery school for your child, then go to the Little School of Waldwick. I toured quite a few school before my wife and I chose them. We thought they had the best facilities and most courteous staff. We were right. Having been there two years now, this school amazes us all the time. They put on great holiday festivities and have THE most amazing circus, with the children participating as the show people, at then end of the school year. Terrific school. They get my vote.
The Little School of Waldwick is definitely the best preschool around. Both my niece and nephew went there and are both ahead of the learning curve now. We started sending my daughter this year and she absolutely loves it. She enjoys going to school everyday to see her teachers and friends. It is amazing to see how much she has learned and her progress so far. I have to thank Ms. Maria and her staff for the wonderful caring and learning environment they provide.
Small classes, bigger results should be the motto for The Little School of Waldwick as its nurturing atmosphere is perfect for children. With its exceptional staff, no child is forgotten while gaining the necessary confidence in becoming a valuable member of the society. Also, the children learn to work together and be productive. It’s a family atmosphere that teaches children firm values and invaluable skills that a child will take with them as they continue their education. Top notch!
The Little School of Waldwick is THE BEST KEPT SECRET!!! My kids wake up every morning and look forward to going to school. They teach our children while assessing and fulfilling individual needs to assure each student is successful. The teachers all work together to provide a positive, nurturing, clean and safe environment. They instill teamwork, self confidence and encourage individuality. This school is a DREAM!!! Thank you to Mrs. Maria and all the teachers! You are greatly appreciated and v…
My daughter attended the Little School of Waldwick and they are great. My daughter has a learning disability and Miss Maria was great with her. She improved so much and did great when she moved onto kindergarten. Thank you Little School of Waldwick !
The Little School was an extension our family. Not only did they always feel loved, they were challenged to try new things. They developed a love for learning that cannot be replaced. My favorite story is the anatomy project. At 5, the entire class created paperbag “bodies” with a set of lungs, stomach and bladder, veins, etc. made of plastic bags and strings. They could blow in a straw and make the lungs blow up or drop a nickel down to the stomach. One day in the summer, the kids were playing …