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Creme de la Creme Day Care Center

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Posted June 1, 2014

My son has been attending the Haynes Bridge for the past couple months. We looked at both Goddard and Creme before deciding on creme. The location is extremely clean and very pleasing to the eye. His regular teacher, Ms. Charmaine is absolutely wonderful. If all the teachers at Creme were like her, we would have kept him there as long as we could. However, the care he has received from other staff there has been less than satisfactory. Several incidents have occurred including a teacher who was frustrated and taking out that frustration on another child, lack of follow-up by management and an unexplained cut on his forehead. We are not going back and wouldn't recommend this location to anyone.
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Posted March 26, 2014

My child used to attend Haynes Bridge unit. It used to be great with great teachers. But suddenly this year teachers started to leave the school and the teaching level dropped tremendously. My child asked to leave the school and now is struggling to follow the public school level. Despite the great structure, beautiful building and excellent location, I would not recommend this unit for pre-k children.
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Posted December 26, 2013

My daughter and my son both have attended Cr me Nesbit Ferry for about 2 years. We are really happy with this school. Kids learn best through exploring and there is no better place than Cr me for the kids to explore. It has a well-equipped computer lab, a spacious gym room, art room, music room, Cr me TV, STEM lab and a wonderful outdoor playground with water park for the summer. Teachers all have college degrees and many with early childhood education background. Most of them are young, energetic, loving and fun. They are really the perfect fit for the age group of young and active kids. All the teachers we have encountered such as Ms. Stephanie, Ms. Silvia, Ms. Ajka and Ms. Natalie are all great and loving and share a passion to teach kids not just knowledge but manners and kindness as well. The facility is always spotless clean, spacious and neatly organized. The small class/group environment is a huge plus for me. It has the best curriculum that does not purely focus on academics, but also art, music, and computer. It helps your child to be really well rounded and develop a love for art and music at a young age.
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Posted June 16, 2013

We looked at Creme de la Creme and The Goddard School before our son came along. Their prices are comparable, but something always brought us back to Creme. Our son has been at Creme on Nesbit Ferry since he was 4.5 months old. He's now 17 months old and we couldn't be more pleased with his development and the staff. We love all the infant teachers: Ms Cyndi, Ms Marquis, Ms Lynne, Ms Maya, Ms Vickie & Ms. Sheila. They are a very caring group of teachers and have always been above and beyond in helping our little one grow. The director Ms. Vicki and Asst Director, Holly are also wonderful - always cheerful. We would highly recommend this Creme to anyone.
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Posted May 17, 2012

Infant Room: Absolutely love the teachers in this room (Ms. Vickie, Ms.Cindy, and Ms. Lynn). They are very attentive, nurturing and have a genuine love for caring and educating infants. I am so happy my child is attending this school!
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Posted May 9, 2011

It was really good news for us when our daughter's teacher told us how fast she has improved since she began at Creme de la Creme. It makes us really proud of our daughter since it only shows that at an early age, how well she can cope with her education in the future. Well, I know things could change, but as her parents, we would be supportive and guide her all the way. The training she learned from Creme would be a good working ground for her. We don't mind sending our daughter to an expensive school as long as the result is more than satisfactory. And it's heartwarming to know that her teacher understands families like us. What I mean is that, we are just an average earning family, who works hard to provide the best education for their children. We want nothing more than to see our children succeed. And it starts with the best education.
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Posted April 29, 2011

My son enjoys to the max of being in school. As an only child and he gets lonely at home, while in school he has lots of playmates. The center also provides the right atmosphere for children to feel safe and comfortable. Other schools offer basically almost the same curriculum as Cr me. But what caught my attention is the cleanliness of the facilities. There s not a thing out of place. School materials and toys are kept in accessible but protected containers. The floor gleams but not slippery. There s no hint of chemical smell normally prevalent in sanitized areas. Instead, it smells nice like nature-fresh scent. They have qualified and professional staff who are confident in what they are doing, yet, very supportive and loving towards the kids. I saw the menu and snacks they give to the kids, and I m amazed at the great nutritional value in them. As they ve explained to me before, the food they prepare are not only healthy and would give the children energy to face the day but they also help stimulate the brain. I really do believe that Cr me de la Cr me is all that they claim to be -- Excellent and first-rate.
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Posted April 7, 2011

One thing that amazes me about Creme is their curriculum. I am also a teacher, and that s why when I saw it I was impressed. They cater to the children s psychological needs as well as educate the kids in a way suitable to their age. I commend Creme de la Creme. Through them, I believe children s mental advancement can be improved. I have enrolled my son there, and through all the time that he s been there, I have noticed how fast he developed his social skills and also, his motor skills. I won t be surprised if he s going to be a top student one day.
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Posted February 24, 2011

My daughter has been going to Creme de la Creme for more than a year now and I don't have any major complaints whatsoever. The staff is accommodating whenever I come for a visit and I noticed that they managed to maintain the surroundings clean and child-friendly and had some improvements with their facilities. Unlike other schools wherein maintenance is not well evident and not too safe for kids. I also appreciate the fact the teachers don't feel intimidated once a parent visits the school. In fact, they are accommodating and don't seem to hide anything. I like Creme for my daughter and no one can tell me otherwise.
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Posted February 16, 2011

Wonderful place! They have a nice and soothing environment which is beneficial for my son. He gets so nervous easily and becomes anxious whenever he's left alone without someone familiar to him. The beginning was a bit rocky but everyone at Creme made it easier for him. Gradually, as days passed, he began to let loose and adapted well with the school s surroundings. Now, he just loves Cr me and it would break his heart when the time comes we will transfer him to a higher grade level.
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Posted February 6, 2011

Their program (especially the after-school program) is very impressive. That alone is one of the things that make enrolling my child at Creme de la Creme worth it. I can see that their curriculum is designed to allow children to become innovative as well as intelligent, healthy as well as active, and interactive as well as sociable. Independent thought is one of our family's values and I respect that my son's teachers help cultivate that trait in him as well as teach him about ethics, cooperation and good manners.
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Posted July 24, 2010

Chains are babysitters....nothing more. Your buying "the best" and it goes to the CEO. The bells and whistles are all smoke and mirrors. Go and find an academic preschool where they hire teachers that actually can speak English well. This is crazy.
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Posted September 16, 2008

We used Creme de la Creme for about 2 years and were very disappointed in many areas. Most of the teachers were just out out of high school or in the early years of college. Turnover was to the extreme. In an eight month period, my daughter had 7 new teachers. The Executive Director (who has since moved on to direct another Creme), showed student favoritism and came across as completely fake. For all the expenses we incurred, the school was more about pretty fluff and outward appearances. The tv monitors for viewing the classrooms didn't work half the time. If you don't stay on top of what the kids are doing in class, you will be doing your kids a disservice because they are really not learning as much as they could.
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Posted May 6, 2006

We attended creme de la creme - haynes bridge road, alpharetta, ga for 5 years = from 6 weeks old to 5 years old, and graduated to kindergarten. The program is excellent and exceeded our expectations! highly recommended. Our 5 year old son just tested at a 6.5 Year old level, and in 95% percentile for all subjects. We applied to several private elementary schools and we had our pick of the litter - they all wanted him to attend.
—Submitted by a parent


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8730 Nesbit Ferry Road
Alpharetta, GA 30022
Phone: (770) 998-1844

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