About This School
In 2010, A Little College At Royal Oaks had 8 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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A Little College At Royal Oaks Reviews
My son goes to Kindergarten here and has only attended there this year. So far it has been a HORRIBLE experience. Hardly anyone wants to speak english and the women (except for Janet) are horrificly rude. How are they going to represent respect and morals to kids if they dont have any themselves? On another note, all they care about is money and they are ALWAYS asking for money, for pizza, for candy. This school is a MONEY PIT so you better have a deep wallet. My son does homework at the afterschool care with the adults, and then he comes home and most of it is wrong. WHY? What are the adults there for then if they let the kids do it incorrectly? Lastly, my son has been telling me the children are exposing themselves to eachother. He has recently told me about 3 seperate accounts of this behavior. My question is: Where are the teachers or why are the children left unsupervised so much to give them the freedom to do these things? These are very serious matters that need not be ignored. How is it that my son goes to the bathroom and the kids have the freedom to open the door while hes using the restroom and humilate him? This place is a freaking joke and should be closed down.
went for the walk through to change schools from kid works to here and the principle gave the tour. the rooms were small but clean only saw 3 education rooms for teaching. asked what was the most kids to teacher ratio she could not answer, the play ground looks like the shading would fall on a kid. they have not invested any money in to upgrades since opened. Bought more stuff but have not reconditioned old stuff in play area... some child will get hurt!!!!(rocks for ground cover? think about it, kids?) also so many security camera's but your not allowed to access them.. went i questioned if there was a accident can i see the cameras to see what happend
, she was very affended.. ( the question was if my kid comes home with a bad cut can i see what cut her?). Her reply was you should trust the school you put your kids in and asking to see what happened means your not trusting what we tell you.. maybe this school is not for you.. the nail in the cofffin is that i asked if i could see how my kids are in the school(like a pop in) which i agree is a disturbance, but maybe just to see the teachers that are teaching my kids, even though you have to make an appointment i did not see one teacher there! Her responce was sure you just have to fill out a white form get a backgroung check through the police and get approved through the pta then you can be escorted to see your child? WHAT? They're teachers aren't even getting these excessive back ground checks. To top that off the princapal dosen't even speak proper english.I'm a cuban american but when the principle can not speak proper english i have to question there dedication. Don't take my word for it take a tour and see for yourself!!!!!!!!!
For my. Little College is the best thing happen to my son, to my grandson and my nice, because this is a Family school every body knows every body , the curriculum is a very high and advance program with clases that you can not see in any other school they been there for many years and I only wish that goes to hight school and with the security they are great...
Little College at Royal Oaks has been the best choice we have been able to make for our children. The staff is completely dedicated to the individual needs of the children. They have been so wonderful with our children, helping them achieve their goals and surpass the expectations. They work toward helping the children develop responsibility and understand the importance of their academic work. Our children simply love this school and we are in love with the fact that the teachers have a true passion for these children. We only hope more children have an opportunity to experience a strong foundation for education.
The school has a decent curriculum. I cannot say my child has not learned. I really need to evaluate if it is the school or just the child developing and would get the same outcome at any other school. My biggest problem with the school is security. I have numerously dropped off my child off (4 yrs old) and nobody has been there to acknowledge his attendance to school for the day. They definately need to improve their attention to attendance, especially with the younger children.
My granddaughter has been going to this school since she was 3 1/2 years old. She is now in VPK there. She loves it and has learned a lot. The teachers are kind and love their students. My daughter has no complaints. The school director is always available when you need her and she seems to know practically all of the students names! My granddaughter has made lots of friends there and even during the summer went to their summer program because she didn't want to stop going to school.
Well my daughter use to go to that school and she was misrable she hates that school... I'm glad we changed her. Now she goes happy to her new school............. Our Lady of the Lakes.