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Sunny Skies Preschool - Prospect Heights

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Sunny Skies Preschool - Prospect Heights

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Reviews (9)

  • Any advice on 3K Public (or Private Schools) near Prospect Heights

    My kiddo is at Sunny Skies Prospect Heights for 3K and we’re pretty happy there. The teachers and admin are lovely. The spaces are open and organized. Lots of toys and activities for the kids to do. My daughter is not keen on their food but otherwise happy.
  • Review from the 2023 Summer Camp Survey

    Location: Prospect Heights How old was your child when they attended camp this summer? 4 Review: This camp was so disorganized that unfortunately I cannot recommend it. We signed up because there were field trips and fun activities planned every week. One week in and all the field trips were canceled. We didn't have much insight into what the kids were doing, but it felt like just daycare. There are so many awesome camps out there, don't pick this one :) What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? I wish the kids would have been able to get out in the community and go on the field trips that were promised. I also wish there was more communication with parents about what the kids were doing each day. All the emails were terrible with typos and confusing/conflicting instructions. Would you like to add anything related to COVID and how the camp handled it? Temp checks every day.
  • Review from the 2023 Summer Camp Survey

    Location: Prospect Heights How old was your child when they attended camp this summer? 4 Review: We chose this preschool because we really liked the 3K program. Our child loves the teachers, and the school is safe and clean. It’s no frills, but we felt our child was safe, stimulated and cared for. The program directors are always visible and reachable. There was an issue with field trips in the first half of the camp due to a transportation issue, but field trips resumed in the second half, which our kid loved.
  • District 13 - 3K programs

    My elder child went to Sunny Skies/Prospect Heights Academy on Washington and Prospect Place for universal 3K last year. We were happy there- it’s a solid program with nice space and caring staff and you can’t beat the price. Happy to answer specific questions if people get slots there and are considering. I’d definitely recommend putting it on your list if you’re close (we, sadly, aren’t anymore).
  • 3K Extended Day Care

    My 3-year-old son goes to Sunny Skies (aka Prospect Heights Academy) on Washington, which falls into the non-DOE location with a 3K/pre-K agreement category. We pay for extended care, which I believe covers 8-8:50am plus 2:50pm-6pm. They have a lot of programming for the afternoon portion, including music, dance, yoga, and baking. The cost this year is $850/month, and you can get a discount for paying up front for the entire year.
  • Review from the Spring 2022 Early Childhood Education Survey

    Location: Prospect Heights Type of facility: 3K Review: We have been very happy with this Universal 3K program. Teachers are lovely, admin is communicative, the classroom and shared space is great. Food is provided and aftercare is offered; there is often fill-in care on DOE holidays and summer camp is offered this year. There was not much info out there when we signed up, but we've loved our experience and would recommend to others. What amenities does the facility have? Has after-school options, Has early morning hours, Provides meals, outdoor at nearby playground; large indoor facilities What would you change about the program, if anything? healthier snacks
  • Review from the Fall 2021 Early Childhood Education Survey

    We were attracted to Sunny Skies/Prospect Heights Academy because we liked the large class rooms, indoor play area, baking room, and art room. On the positive side, our child has been singing a lot more songs, and become much more interested in counting, letters and words. However, we also experienced several difficulties so far, and would probably have chosen a different school if we had to do it over again. It seems that our child has struggled much more with social-emotional skills and behavior in preschool compared to daycare, at home, and play dates. We feel that communication with the school about these behavioral challenges, which seem specific to time at school, has been inconsistent and frustrating. We have also found other communications from the school confusing.
  • 3K in crown heights

    My son is currently at 3K at sunny skies. We like it. I have some complaints but I’m not sure that wouldn’t be the case anywhere. The staff is super warm and welcoming. There is a nice sense of community because it is not so big. My biggest complaint is that initially the communication and access to the teachers was really difficult. And when it is your child’s first school experience and everyone is adjusting that can be frustrating. It still is not easy to chat with my son’s actual teacher aside from parent teacher conferences but general communication has improved. And from what I’m told if your child is not doing fine, you will hear from the teacher more, ha. At the end of the day my son is happy and loves going to school everyday. He loves his teachers. I have considered keeping him there next year too for pre-k. He is 3 so I didn’t really have any high expectations regarding curriculum.
  • preK - any insight about sunny skies preschool on washington?

    My daughter spent two months at Sunny Skies when we were moving back to NYC in 2019 at the end of the Pre-K her school year (May/June). The staff and teachers were very sweet and my daughter really enjoyed it. The site itself was kept clean and tidy and they had a lot of the student's art and work up. Similarly, I had a hard time finding other parents from the neighborhood and/or reviews on the center and didn't really understand why? It was affordable for Brooklyn standards and the families were very diverse. They had a uniform policy, and had a mix of fun activities for the kids as the summer got closer.

 

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