All three of my children attended Kid View, and I can't think of a more nurturing, supportive environment. It's rare among local preschools because it is located in a church but not owned by the church, so it offers an ecumenical curriculum that celebrates many different religious holidays. Although it covers all the usual pre-K material (days of the week, colors, numbers, letters, etc), it focuses more on social interaction and development. That certainly doesn't hurt the kids academically -- our elementary school's "Student of the Month" breakfasts are like Kid View reunions -- but it definitely speaks to the school's philosophy. They offer a standard morning program with before and aftercare options, so it's a good fit for working families and parents who just need a few hours a day. Most of all, the staff are terrific people -- warm, caring and experienced. I drove past several closer preschools every morning to get to this one, and it was more than worth it.