I am so proud to say that our children attended Prime Time Preschool. I appreciate the small class size, teacher to child ratio, and the skills they teach them through play. I feel like our children joined Prime Time as toddlers and came out as tiny little humans that could do things for themselves.

My children still light up every time we drive by Prime Time and remember the teachers and their time there very fondly. I also love how much we run into our Prime Time teachers in the community and at sporting events. The teachers really take pride in our community and make the kids feel special even when they leave the program.

I could not recommend Prime Time Preschool enough and hope you get the chance to have your children experience it too,

-Rebecca Griffes

From the first time we visited, observed and toured Prime Time I was so impressed with the teachers and the students. The class was organized and under control, while still fun and exciting. It was evident that the teachers had a love for their profession and the children. The teachers made us feel welcome and answered any questions we had, which made the transition from being home all day with mom to going to preschool two afternoons a week very smooth.

Our son, Colin adored his teachers from the very beginning of the school year, he even played pretend preschool at home, taking on the role of "Mrs. Cook", with my husband, daughter and I playing the part of the "friends". It was a great way for us to have a window into his preschool life. As a classroom volunteer, and through Colin's pretend play, I can attest that the teachers are patient, kind and nurturing towards the children. It was fun to see how excited Colin was to go to preschool, where he played, learned and grew; he even asked about going on his days off.

Some of the highlights during the school year, were the first day of school, with parents attending with their child, so we could all become more comfortable. The Halloween party, in which all the kids were dressed up. The Christmas program, with entire families in attendance to watch the kids perform adorable songs. The Valentine's Day party attended by Dads and Mother's Day party. As a parent who loves to document the milestones in her child's life, it was so nice to be invited and welcomed into the classroom to experience a special day that will be a beloved memory. I also really appreciated the parent-teacher conferences each semester. The teachers accurately and professionally presented information about where our son was at and the progress he had made.

Overall, Prime Time was the ideal first step for our son into his school career. We look forward to many more wonderful years with all of our children taking their first step with Prime Time.

-Meg Witt

When my older daughter was getting close to preschool age, I decided to research the options in my community. Hands down, everyone I talked to had wonderful things to say about Prime Time Prechool. Even before the first day of school, I could tell that we had chosen a great school.

Everything about the school is very well thought out and planned to support the children and their families. From the parent orientation to the monthly calendars and newsletters, the organization, care, and effort put into their program is evident and communicated clearly throughout. All of this really made us feel confident about choosing Prime Time for our children.

Now both of our daughters are Prime Time graduates. Even though they have very different personalities and learning needs, they were both given the attention and support they needed. Even more so, they both gained an early love of school and learning to give them the best start possible. Even as she goes into 3rd grade, my older daughter still talks about how much she loved preschool and all of the teachers she had.

A good school will teach your children, keep them safe, and support their learning at home as well. A great school does all of those things and makes you and your children feel like family. Prime Time goes above and beyond to be a great school. Even though we are done with preschool now, we will always feel like we are part of the Prime Time Family.

-Andrea Mygrants