"I can not say enough good things about this school. My daughter was at a different school last year and I only heard negative comments when I spoke to the teacher. They did not know how to handle a kid who had a speech delay. This year I am greeted every day with a positive story and I truly feel like everyone in the school cares about my daughter and her success."
"Great experience but they need to incorporate some technology."
"Love the staff. Always friendly and supporting our child's development."
"We LOVE this school. Everyone is so friendly and welcoming. Our daughter has grown by leaps and bounds since starting school here. We are very impressed."
"Such a lovely school and staff! Mrs. Greer is there every morning at drop off welcoming each child with a smile or hug. Ms. Bobbs is incredibly patient and nurtures each childs individual learning style and interests. My family and I are so pleased with Brookstone Montessori and have recommended this school to numerous friends."
"We love Montessori at Brookstone! As a former Montessori student myself, I knew this would be the ideal approach to educating my child, but I had no idea just how wonderful this particular school would be. I toured another Montessori school prior to Brookstone and it just didn't feel right. That's when I found Montessori at Brookstone. When I toured the school and met the Director, Linda Grier, I knew I had found our school. The environment is so warm and welcoming for young children. My son has been with the same teachers since the very beginning and has thrived. My only complaint is that he can't stay there beyond this year since he will be entering first grade. I would love nothing more than for him to continue with the Montessori program."
"We loved the teacher, but felt that the school was maybe a little too set in their ways of dealing with behavior. Sometimes got the feeling that they would rather not deal with our child due to him being very high energy and hard-headed. There was a lack of consistency in the things they wanted to try to improve his behavior; at first they wanted to do a daily behavior sheet, but I only got it for about a week, then it became very sporadic. Then they wanted to give him a sticker when he had good days, but sometimes they would forget, or if another teacher was filling in they didn't know anything about it; at 3 years old my child had a very hard time computing this."
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