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Old 06-13-2008, 09:30 PM
 
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Our house in Frederick has sold and in 3 weeks we will be living temporarily in a relative's condo in Wheaton while looking for a SFH. One unfortunate result of this is that my daughter will not be starting her 3 year old preschool class in Frederick as a result.

I'm looking for recommendations for preschools in the Wheaton/Silver Spring/Rockville area. . . I may not even try to put her in until January because by then I am hoping we will be permanently relocated into our new digs. However, I thought I'd ask if anyone knows of a good school - and by that I mean, safe, solid preschool (I'm not trying to make her Albert Einstein, just looking for some good socialization opportunities in a safe atmosphere) - that they would recommend.

I'm sure there are waiting lists a mile long as it took forever to find a spot up here. If gas wasn't over $4 a gallon, i'd even consider driving her back up here 3 times a week.

Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 06-17-2008, 10:09 AM
 
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Not sure about your spiritual preferences but my son went to a really great christian school that goes from pre-school to 5th grade.

Great, great, great teachers and staff, family everinoment, multi-cultural staff and student body. Low classroom population and inexpensive (relatively speaking). It's in Wheaton on Layhill Rd.

*It's one the things I'm going to miss most about the area.
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