Arie will be there two years in Feb. He was at an in-home daycare prior to that and was VERY clingy, making himself throw up, crying when I took him etc.. I really think he was bored. I checked out the Kids R Kids that is right there also, and it wasn't for us, went to Park Point and the owner sat with me for over an hour while I discussed my concerns, cryed, and yes, she said that "we don't give up on kids". I don't know how old your son is, but Arie started with Ms. Molly, a very nice Asian lady, and now he's up to next class with Ms. Sophia, a highly experience, very nice, Indian lady. Most of the teachers there are Indian, in fact my son, who is white, is really a minority, but he is thriving. Lots of my friends tell me how smart he is and that there child wasn't doing the things Arie is at his age. I fully expect him to be reading this year, he'll be 4 in Sept.
I like the montessori method. Arie is in class with some younger and some as old as 5 in his class. He learns what the older kids are learning--knows all his states, continents, days of the week, and write his own name, all letter sounds etc...and they treat it like school--school in the morning, then after lunch and nap time, it's more activity time. Arie had a hard time adjusting to wearing the uniform--age 3 and up wear kakhi pants/short and a green polo. He hates buttons (no clue why) and the polo has buttons, so I would bring the shirt every day and put it in his cubby and they are the ones that got him to wear it--now it's a non-issue.
The owner's name is Ms. Madhu and the number is 281-530-1616. Let me know if you have any more questions.