Bright Horizons Montessori at Denver Place

★★★☆☆
  • 999 18th Street North Terrace Suite 350

    Denver, CO 80202

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  • 303-293-2743

About Bright Horizons Montessori at Denver Place

Categories
  • Child Care
  • Preschools
  • Education Centers
  • After School Care
Hours
M-F 7am-6pm, Sa-Su Closed (School hours may vary with the holiday)

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I have really appreciated how friendly all of the staff and teachers seem to be (both to adults and to little ones). They really seem to enjoy being there, which makes a difference in how

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I have an infant in this day care right now. \r
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I have really appreciated how friendly all of the staff and teachers seem to be (both to adults and to little ones). They really seem to enjoy being there, which makes a difference in how

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We have been with Montessori at Denver Place for 9 years and have only good things to say about it. The management, PJ Grabowski, is excellent. She is very pleasant, approachable, helpful and communicates well. All the teachers our two

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We have been with Montessori at Denver Place for 9 years and have only good things to say about it. The management, PJ Grabowski, is excellent. She is very pleasant, approachable, helpful and communicates well. All the teachers our two

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Our daughter has been at Montessori @ Denver Place for almost 2 years and we absolutely love it. The staff and management are very helpful and caring. Management is receptive to any issues/problems you may have, you just have to talk to them! I feel so blessed to have her in such a loving environment where it is obvious they care. The school has done numerous "updates" (furniture, work, outdoor environment, etc) since we have been there. It is a super place for any child!

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Our daughter has been at Montessori @ Denver Place for almost 2 years and we absolutely love it. The staff and management are very helpful and caring. Management is receptive to any issues/problems you may have, you just have to talk to them! I feel so blessed to have her in such a loving environment where it is obvious they care. The school has done numerous "updates" (furniture, work, outdoor environment, etc) since we have been there. It is a super place for any child!

Pros: student/teacher ratio, great mgmt team, caring teachers

Cons: Expensive

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This facility is not at all what they present themselves to be. When I was pregnant and toured, I was told (and bought it, completely) how profesisonal and involved the caregivers are - and how my son would benefit greatly from the curriculum. I learned very quickly that the caregivers (if you could call them that) in my son's room were terrible. I consistenlty would peek in to find my son screaming purple in his crib as caregivers ignored him and tended to other babies. The "classroom" was disorganized. He would run out of supplies and they would forget to tell us. When i asked about my son's day, I was lucky if I got a "good" or "cranky" out of them. I doubt if they even paid enough attention to notice. I chose that facility in part because of the ratio of caregivers to children (3:1) but several times found one caregiver alone in a room full of screaming babies. I was impressed with the management and location/facility but with childcare, it really comes down to who is responsible for your kiddo all day and in this case, the caregivers are anything but caring. Take your money elsewhere.

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This facility is not at all what they present themselves to be. When I was pregnant and toured, I was told (and bought it, completely) how profesisonal and involved the caregivers are - and how my son would benefit greatly from the curriculum. I learned very quickly that the caregivers (if you could call them that) in my son's room were terrible. I consistenlty would peek in to find my son screaming purple in his crib as caregivers ignored him and tended to other babies. The "classroom" was disorganized. He would run out of supplies and they would forget to tell us. When i asked about my son's day, I was lucky if I got a "good" or "cranky" out of them. I doubt if they even paid enough attention to notice. I chose that facility in part because of the ratio of caregivers to children (3:1) but several times found one caregiver alone in a room full of screaming babies. I was impressed with the management and location/facility but with childcare, it really comes down to who is responsible for your kiddo all day and in this case, the caregivers are anything but caring. Take your money elsewhere.

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Our two children were enrolled at this center for three years. Overally, my experience proved inconsistent and sometimes even dissapointing. Significant discrepancy exists between teacher skill and motivation -- with some passionate about what they do and prone to bestowing attention and affection on the children, and others viewing their role solely as a disciplinarian. In my experience, incident reports proved inconsistent seemingly a result of a 'cover it up' culture driven from management on down. I'd picked up one son with an open cut on his lip and no one saw or heard anything, another time one of my infant sons fell off a chair, bumped his head on the hard floor and I was told about this from another parent, another time I picked up my son with a large bruise on his head and again, no one saw anything and there was no indicent report. I understand accidents happen when kids are active, and perhaps these were isolated incidents, however, it did cause me concern, in particular, because I know with 'battle wounds' like this, they would have cried and its upsetting to think this went unnoticed. It is only since moving to another center that I've really seen how different centers can be. Montessori was highly recommended to me and I know of parents who remain very satisfied however, the inconsistentcy, and the the 'cover it up' culture prove troubling. I can't say enough that a few of the teachers are absolutely OUTSTANDING -- there just aren't enough of them to make up for the others Often, it's the luck of the draw....

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★★☆☆☆

Our two children were enrolled at this center for three years. Overally, my experience proved inconsistent and sometimes even dissapointing. Significant discrepancy exists between teacher skill and motivation -- with some passionate about what they do and prone to bestowing attention and affection on the children, and others viewing their role solely as a disciplinarian. In my experience, incident reports proved inconsistent seemingly a result of a 'cover it up' culture driven from management on down. I'd picked up one son with an open cut on his lip and no one saw or heard anything, another time one of my infant sons fell off a chair, bumped his head on the hard floor and I was told about this from another parent, another time I picked up my son with a large bruise on his head and again, no one saw anything and there was no indicent report. I understand accidents happen when kids are active, and perhaps these were isolated incidents, however, it did cause me concern, in particular, because I know with 'battle wounds' like this, they would have cried and its upsetting to think this went unnoticed. It is only since moving to another center that I've really seen how different centers can be. Montessori was highly recommended to me and I know of parents who remain very satisfied however, the inconsistentcy, and the the 'cover it up' culture prove troubling. I can't say enough that a few of the teachers are absolutely OUTSTANDING -- there just aren't enough of them to make up for the others Often, it's the luck of the draw....

Pros: Some teachers are highly loving and many have long tenures (10-13 yrs)

Cons: Inconsistent teacher skills, 'cover it up' mentality from management on down

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This entire organization is a wreck. The management is awful, the programing is lacking, and prices have increased 15% over the past two years. We are on our way out the door with our two children as quickly as possible. When inquiring this week into a relocation to another one of their owned facilities, the center manager told us that they had already done enough for us and she was not interested in meeting with us anytime soon. She was referring to a meeting we had almost a year prior when we considered the same move for various reasons. Both were run by the same company and we ultimately remained in the then current center. Please do not put this operation on your list.....if so, beware!

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★☆☆☆☆

This entire organization is a wreck. The management is awful, the programing is lacking, and prices have increased 15% over the past two years. We are on our way out the door with our two children as quickly as possible. When inquiring this week into a relocation to another one of their owned facilities, the center manager told us that they had already done enough for us and she was not interested in meeting with us anytime soon. She was referring to a meeting we had almost a year prior when we considered the same move for various reasons. Both were run by the same company and we ultimately remained in the then current center. Please do not put this operation on your list.....if so, beware!

Pros: Nothing

Cons: Everything

Message from Bright Horizons Montessori at Denver Place

Beyond daycare, Bright Horizons Montessori at Denver Place meets your child care, preschool and early education needs. We understand that your child’s education and care is a priority and that choosing the right program is a big decision. Our early education programs and schools include world-class curriculum and knowledgeable child development professionals that meet the needs of children at every age and stage. We provide a safe, nurturing and engaging environment where your child can learn and develop to their full potential. Contact us today!

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