Westover Baptist Preschool

★★★★☆
  • 1125 Patrick Henry Dr

    Arlington, VA 22205

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  • 703-538-2724

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As a mother of 3 kids 4yo and under i have visited my fair share of arlington preschools. we ended up switching one of our kids into westover from a co-op...it sounds terrible but i just canNOT be bothered w/a co-op, i can't. i don't use a nanny and we have no family in the area so i NEED those few hrs, as does my child(ren). anyhew, we found westover and the staff is FANTASTIC, the other families are great and it was one of the few places that takes infants as well _SCORE. can't say enough good things about this place!

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As a mother of 3 kids 4yo and under i have visited my fair share of arlington preschools. we ended up switching one of our kids into westover from a co-op...it sounds terrible but i just canNOT be bothered w/a co-op, i can't. i don't use a nanny and we have no family in the area so i NEED those few hrs, as does my child(ren). anyhew, we found westover and the staff is FANTASTIC, the other families are great and it was one of the few places that takes infants as well _SCORE. can't say enough good things about this place!

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As a mother of 3 kids 4yo and under i have visited my fair share of arlington preschools...yeah, like 9 i'd say. we ended up switching one of our kids into westover from a co-op. it sounds terrible but i just canNOT be bothered w/a

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As a mother of 3 kids 4yo and under i have visited my fair share of arlington preschools...yeah, like 9 i'd say. we ended up switching one of our kids into westover from a co-op. it sounds terrible but i just canNOT be bothered w/a

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We have our 31/2 yr old at Westover an she LOVES it. She has learned how to love sharing (truly she loves to share everything now), signs songs, knows her numbers, respects adults and rules. She started in the PDO last year one day a week and that is a great way to for a 2 yr to start socialization!

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We have our 31/2 yr old at Westover an she LOVES it. She has learned how to love sharing (truly she loves to share everything now), signs songs, knows her numbers, respects adults and rules. She started in the PDO last year one day a week and that is a great way to for a 2 yr to start socialization!

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Our 2 year old twins started Westover in September and we have had a good experience so far. The teachers are very kind and my kids absolutely love them! I poked my head in just last week and was impressed with how content all the children were just playing with each other and all of the nice toys and activities that they have in the classroom during "free play". My husband and I visited several of the local preschools during the admissions period, and I was most impressed with Westover.

In regards to the previous write-up, we have worked with a developmental specialist through VA Hostpital Center since the twins were born who HIGHLY recommended Westover's preschool program. In fact, her own child attended the school. We considered her opinion to be particularly relevant because her profession focuses specifically on the healthy development of children through stimulating activities and a nurturing environment. Westover has certainly met (or even exceeded) our expectations in these areas.

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Our 2 year old twins started Westover in September and we have had a good experience so far. The teachers are very kind and my kids absolutely love them! I poked my head in just last week and was impressed with how content all the children were just playing with each other and all of the nice toys and activities that they have in the classroom during "free play". My husband and I visited several of the local preschools during the admissions period, and I was most impressed with Westover.

In regards to the previous write-up, we have worked with a developmental specialist through VA Hostpital Center since the twins were born who HIGHLY recommended Westover's preschool program. In fact, her own child attended the school. We considered her opinion to be particularly relevant because her profession focuses specifically on the healthy development of children through stimulating activities and a nurturing environment. Westover has certainly met (or even exceeded) our expectations in these areas.

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The preschool is very backward about handling any delays in development. A former Westover teacher told me recently that they suspected my son had autism in 2006-2007 (he was diagnosed at age 3 in 2008), but that the principal told the teachers NOT to tell the parents anything -- not their suspicions, not the symptoms they noticed (he played by himself when not at home, etc.), because "it would do our school no good. The parents will find out on their own." And with developmental disabilities, the earlier the intervention, the better -- so this delay in diagnosis and treatment was as anti-kid and anti-family as you can get. (My son is doing fine now, but no thanks to those backward creeps!)Westover Baptist also told a friend of mine that, unless her 3.5 year old daughter learned how to use scissors better over the summer, she couldn't come back in the fall and referred her family to county Early Intervention for help (the county people thought the preschool was nuts). Parents, you can do better!

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The preschool is very backward about handling any delays in development. A former Westover teacher told me recently that they suspected my son had autism in 2006-2007 (he was diagnosed at age 3 in 2008), but that the principal told the teachers NOT to tell the parents anything -- not their suspicions, not the symptoms they noticed (he played by himself when not at home, etc.), because "it would do our school no good. The parents will find out on their own." And with developmental disabilities, the earlier the intervention, the better -- so this delay in diagnosis and treatment was as anti-kid and anti-family as you can get. (My son is doing fine now, but no thanks to those backward creeps!)Westover Baptist also told a friend of mine that, unless her 3.5 year old daughter learned how to use scissors better over the summer, she couldn't come back in the fall and referred her family to county Early Intervention for help (the county people thought the preschool was nuts). Parents, you can do better!

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