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"Our four year old daughter attends The and we have been very pleased with the school. The play-based learning philosophy is very effective" at engaging the children and the school does a great job of enhancing the experience by hiring outside professionals to weekly teach yoga, music, etc. OCFC attracts engaged, caring parents, partly because it's a non-profit organization. Tuition rates are reasonable. Evidence that the model works is the long tenure of the Executive Director and the teachers - they all have significant experience caring for children.

-Jeffrey B.

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"My wife and I began looking for infant daycare to begin in January 2016 this past April because we had heard how fast spots are filled in advance. We visited a few" centers, did our due diligence, and decided was the best fit for our family based on education type, location, and price. We went ahead and reserved a spot in April by signing a contract and paying a deposit to hold our place. Today, more than 6 months later, we received a call saying they were overbooked and no longer had a spot for us for January, and the best they could do was put us on the waiting list, or to start in April. This obviously does not work as we need daycare starting in January! We are now left scrambling to find daycare that is close to home and reasonably priced. We had seen many positive reviews about , and only one negative; that this exact same thing happened to another family. Apparently this is how operates their business. We are very disappointed and hope this doesn't happened to anyone else.

-Brian H.

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  • Our four year old daughter attends The Provider name locked. and we have been very pleased with the school. The play-based learning philosophy is very effective at engaging the children and the school does a great job of enhancing the experience by hiring outside professionals to weekly teach yoga, music, etc.  OCFC attracts engaged, caring parents, partly because it's a non-profit organization.  Tuition rates are reasonable.  Evidence that the model works is the long tenure of the Executive Director and the teachers - they all have significant experience caring for children.
  • My wife and I began looking for infant daycare to begin in January 2016 this past April because we had heard how fast spots are filled in advance. We visited a few centers, did our due diligence, and decided Provider name locked. was the best fit for our family based on education type, location, and price. We went ahead and reserved a spot in April by signing a contract and paying a deposit to hold our place. Today, more than 6 months later, we received a call saying they were overbooked and no longer had a spot for us for January, and the best they could do was put us on the waiting list, or to start in April. This obviously does not work as we need daycare starting in January! We are now left scrambling to find daycare that is close to home and reasonably priced.
    We had seen many positive reviews about Provider name locked. , and only one negative; that this exact same thing happened to another family. Apparently this is how Provider name locked. operates their business. We are very disappointed and hope this doesn't happened to anyone else.
  • My son has been at Provider name locked. since March 2015 and I am still very happy with the care they provide. The center itself has the comfort and feel of an in-home daycare but with the structure and curriculum of a facility daycare.  The teachers are professional, caring, and communicate with me regularly to keep me apprised of my son's progress and learning.  Tuition can be costly but is comparable to other daycare facilities in the area for the service provided.  I would highly recommend a tour if your are researching child care for your little one.
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