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!
We absolutely LOVE the Little School of Waldwick. I recommend this preschool to everyone I know. I have sent both of my children there and can not give everyone there enough praise. They are so loving and caring my children love going to school everyday and come home bragging about all of the wonderful things they have learned. My daughter went onto kindergarten with a huge advantage and it’s all thanks to The Little School. I know see my son following in her footsteps.
Little School of Waldwick is FANTASTIC! Both children attended for 2 years each prior to Kindergarten. They were well prepared for their elementary education. Mrs. Maria & staff are wonderful. The facility is clean, comfortable & safe. I couldn’t be happier with the decision I made for my children & their pre-school experience. My oldest is now a steaight A 5th grader !!!
My two children attended the Little School of Waldwick. First of all, when I walked in I was amazed. The school looked like a country club for children ! It was colorful, big, with great play areas, both inside and out, and on top of everything else, it is immaculate ! The teachers are warm and very professional. The projects my children did at the school were amazing. They were so prepared for kindergarten, they could even read. This is THE place to take your children !
Any parent would be lucky to find The Little School of Waldwick for their child. Having experienced another preschool with my oldest child (now at TLS) I now know that not all preschools are created equal. For my children, TLS has been an amazing environment — a day of flowing through theme-based classrooms leaves little room for toddler distractions and the children come away with real learning experiences that set a crucial foundation for the future. The teachers are incredibly caring, enthusi…
My son is a toddler and attends the Little School of Waldwick. He loves it. They do so many wonderful activities with the kids and the facility is spacious and lovely. I agree with another comment posted earlier. It does look like a country club or children. Absolutely lovely 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.
I cannot say enough positive things about the Little School of Waldwick. Our son was at another local preschool where he was painfully shy and introverted. They did not know how to handle him so the teachers basically ignored him. I found the Little School and from day one they transformed my son’s preschool experience. The teachers and staff have been so patient, caring, attentive and creative and it has made all the difference. He loves going to school now and is thriving both academically and…
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.
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 …