It is well-known that Park Slope Schoolhouse has one of the best early childhood development programs in Brooklyn. PSS employs nurturing, bright, and tireless teachers, who not only have all the right credentials,but are engaged with the children as devoted caregivers.
What I find unique is the school’s admissions process as directed by Ashley Davis. I was welcomed from my first visit with a warm and friendly interest in my particular needs as a working parent. Tuition is addressed at the outset in a clear statement of all that PSS provides with one figure for the calendar year. The application process was thorough, but also transparent and efficient, which cut through the confusion and anxiety that can arise when seeking the right school.
Joining the PSS community has been a joy!– Katherine R., Parent
We recently moved to the neighborhood and are so happy that we made the decision to send our daughters to PSS. From the moment we took the tour, we knew it was going to be great…and we were right! They both loved school and all of the new friends they made. Our older daughter is always telling us about her yoga or cooking or painting. We know that she is in great hands every day! The staff is so caring, down-to-earth yet professional and you can see how much they care for the students. It has also been a great way for us to meet new people in the neighborhood and we instantly felt a part of the PSS community.
– Amy D. and Nick B., Parents
My daughter has attended Park Slope schoolhouse for three years. Since day one, I’ve always felt that she’s been with caring, engaged and nurturing teachers. My daughter is sometimes a bit reserved and the teachers can pick up on this instantly. They have great methods for making all of the students comfortable. I love how welcoming the environment is and most importantly seeing my daughter talk about all of the activities they did at the school.
I cannot recommend PSS highly enough. It was a tough decision to consider full-time care but PSS has made it one of the best decisions I’ve made on my daughter’s behalf.
– Carrie B., Parent