The Children's Campus opened the Summer of 2005, and I was one of the fortunate parents to claim a coveted spot. It was love at first visit. I was a new mom and this was going to by my baby's first daycare. I was nervous and excited for the opportunity. Fast forward to present 2013 and I am still the biggest fan. Both my children have now been fortunate to grow, explore, learn, and be loved by this wonderful center.
Thank you for providing a safe, nurturing and wonderful environment for my children. Thank you for loving them as your own. And, thank you for creating a place that makes learning fun.
Thank you to Mr. John - "The Cooker" (as my four year old will say) for providing nurturing meals that apparently I can't top at home. "No, I want Mr. John's soup" is a common complaint at my house. That is okay because that means my child is eating during the day.
Great staff, great teachers, great support, great place!
By Spending time in [my children's] classrooms, I have personally witnessed the teachers' dedication and passion for working with children. Each day provides a stimulating experience in an atmosphere that fosters learning, as well as development of social, emotional, and gross and fine motor skills, all of which helps boost self-esteem.
Each day when I drop them off I am confident Children's Campus provides a loving, nurturing , and attentive environment where my kids can play, learn, grow, and thrive!
All three of my children have received wonderful care at Children's Campus - first at Southpoint (Durham) and then in Chapel Hill.
Going back to work early in an Infant's life is always tough but it has been so much easier knowing my babies have been truly loved. Leaving my youngest little girl was as close to stress free as I could imagine, almost like leaving her with family!
... I know that everyone at the schools, from the administrators to the teachers to the wonderful Cook, is truly invested in my children - looking out for their welfare!
We feel very fortunate to be part of the caring environment at Children's Campus at Southpoint. The hours are generous for parents who work outside the home and the flexible drop-off and pick-up times are convenient for those that work from home. Chef John prepares delicious and healthy meals and snacks and saves me from agonizing over packing a lunch every morning. The pre-k program prepared our oldest for a successful year of Kindergarten as well as a stress-free transition. From the 5-star educators to the friendly community we could not be happier with our decision to entrust CC with the care of our children.
I've had 3 children at Children's Campus at Southpoint, from infancy through pre-k, and my favorite thing is that these teachers really love their kids. If you take a tour, you'll see how clean and well organized it is, and they'll describe the great educational programs and tools and activities that they have. The reason we sent all 3 kids there, though, is that we know that the teachers care about our children as individuals - they know them, they pay attention to how they're doing, and our kids love the teachers back. It's wonderful.
Both of my kids went here and we loved it. The teachers were kind and engaging. I really felt like my kids were cared for and loved for the unique individuals they are. Also, they were both more than ready for kindergarten when they left. The Children's Campus made learning fun and the whole staff felt like family. Years later we still feel like it is a second home and still like to come and visit the wonderful teachers and administrators.