St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center

Hours

Thursday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Chamber Rating

4.4 - (8 reviews)
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Chamber Rating

4.4 - (8 reviews)
6
1
0
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1
  • Stephen Richardson


    Aug 30th, 2023

  • Mario Chueca


    Dec 28th, 2020

  • Paola Michelle Jorge Silverio

    Excellent!!! I love it!!!
    Dec 22nd, 2019

  • Judy Johnson


    Jun 25th, 2018

  • Jahlyn M.

    My son went to kid kountry from 2yo until he graduated in May at 5yo. I imagine there are  places so much more fabulous, but for us,  this was a place we could afford and I was overall happy and satisfied with our experience.My son loved & looked forward to 'school' everyday. I cannot review/comment on the baby classes because we started at toddler age.My son had a schedule and routine which I feel is important at that age. The kids get a naptime, playtime, lunch/snack time, learning time etc.The children are divided by age/development. Kids who are not potty trained stay in toddler class and get to move up when they have mastered the skill. The school has a great routine for helping with the training process. We had Miss Jessica for that age and we LOVE her. She went on to pursue nursing in school so she is no longer there.Next my son went to Miss Isa for a number of months to master his new potty training ability and develop preschool  academic skills.Miss Martha takes them at about sometime between 3-4yo. She is always doing things with the kids. My son came home with art & projects all the time. She always directly spoke to me about struggles my child was experiencing and was open to suggestions on behavior correction strategies we used at home. In her class my son developed social skills that have benefitted him so much.Next he moved up to the 'big kid' class with Miss Michaela. (I'm probably misspelling her name). This class was a lot like kindergarden, but better in my opinion. He had 'pages' he worked on everyday to build dexterity for writing letters/numbers. Every week his pages came home and I was able to see his skills develop. We had a folder with sight words to practice and he had 90% of them mastered before leaving the school in May at 5yo. He got to be a kid too! It wasn't all work. There were times when they watched nick jr shows, there is a little playground, there were splash days in the summertime, extracurricular programs for a little extra money. We did a 'stretch & grow' program and later, a 'teams of tomorrow' program. Google them for more info. The teachers sent home calendars so I knew what he was working on everyday. There is a lunch menu with pretty standard stuff. If you can't handle the lunch there, then you're going to flip when they get to public school! Can opt to bring your own lunch (Friday sack lunch is required). The kids drink water! My son loves water and won't drink soda and chocolate milk because he developed a taste for the healthier options! They do get milk and juice with lunch/snack. Some stuff is healthy and some stuff isn't so much. Just like life and home. The director Miss Connie is a hard worker and always communicated well with us. There is no gossip,  drama, or anything unprofessional. This goes for the entire staff from what I experienced.I always made a point to ask the teacher how my son was doing, talk to them for a second or two, and talked daily to my son about his day and we never ever wanted to even consider a different 'school' for our baby boy.He is a happy well adjusted kindergardener now able to read and write ahead of his peers. Thank you kid kountry!
    Dec 9th, 2014

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About
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center is located at 3204 Skillman St in Dallas, Texas 75206. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center can be contacted via phone at 214-823-9199 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   214-823-9199

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center?

A The phone number for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center is: 214-823-9199.


Q Where is St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center located?

A St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center is located at 3204 Skillman St, Dallas, TX 75206


Q What is the internet address for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center?

A The website (URL) for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center is: https://www.standrewsdallas.org/education/childrens-center/


Q What days are St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center open?

A St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center is open:
Thursday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM


Q How is St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center rated?

A St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center has a 4.4 Star Rating from 8 reviewers.

Hours

Thursday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday:
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Ratings and Reviews
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Children's Center

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image My son went to kid kountry from 2yo until he graduated in May at 5yo. I imagine there are  places so much more fabulous, but for us,  this was a place we could afford and I was overall happy and satisfied with our experience.My son loved & looked forward to 'school' everyday. I cannot review/comment on the baby classes because we started at toddler age.My son had a schedule and routine which I feel is important at that age. The kids get a naptime, playtime, lunch/snack time, learning time etc.The children are divided by age/development. Kids who are not potty trained stay in toddler class and get to move up when they have mastered the skill. The school has a great routine for helping with the training process. We had Miss Jessica for that age and we LOVE her. She went on to pursue nursing in school so she is no longer there.Next my son went to Miss Isa for a number of months to master his new potty training ability and develop preschool  academic skills.Miss Martha takes them at about sometime between 3-4yo. She is always doing things with the kids. My son came home with art & projects all the time. She always directly spoke to me about struggles my child was experiencing and was open to suggestions on behavior correction strategies we used at home. In her class my son developed social skills that have benefitted him so much.Next he moved up to the 'big kid' class with Miss Michaela. (I'm probably misspelling her name). This class was a lot like kindergarden, but better in my opinion. He had 'pages' he worked on everyday to build dexterity for writing letters/numbers. Every week his pages came home and I was able to see his skills develop. We had a folder with sight words to practice and he had 90% of them mastered before leaving the school in May at 5yo. He got to be a kid too! It wasn't all work. There were times when they watched nick jr shows, there is a little playground, there were splash days in the summertime, extracurricular programs for a little extra money. We did a 'stretch & grow' program and later, a 'teams of tomorrow' program. Google them for more info. The teachers sent home calendars so I knew what he was working on everyday. There is a lunch menu with pretty standard stuff. If you can't handle the lunch there, then you're going to flip when they get to public school! Can opt to bring your own lunch (Friday sack lunch is required). The kids drink water! My son loves water and won't drink soda and chocolate milk because he developed a taste for the healthier options! They do get milk and juice with lunch/snack. Some stuff is healthy and some stuff isn't so much. Just like life and home. The director Miss Connie is a hard worker and always communicated well with us. There is no gossip,  drama, or anything unprofessional. This goes for the entire staff from what I experienced.I always made a point to ask the teacher how my son was doing, talk to them for a second or two, and talked daily to my son about his day and we never ever wanted to even consider a different 'school' for our baby boy.He is a happy well adjusted kindergardener now able to read and write ahead of his peers. Thank you kid kountry!


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