Readers Choice: Vote for Best Preschool

What's the best place to send your child for that important preschool learning? Vote in this poll, and tell us your thoughts about your favorite preschool in the comments section.

Welcome to the Readers Choice contest, where you, the reader, vote for your favorite place in town every week. This week's category, preschools, offers many options in Morton Grove and Niles.

Which preschool do you entrust your precious child to? Please vote in the poll below and also add your comments. 

Choices include:



Reader reviews and votes will both be considered in determining a winner. For the full rules, please click on the .pdf document attached to this story.

Lori B March 21, 2012 at 08:08 PM
I have to take this opportunity to rave on Jerusalem Lutheran's Precious Child Preschool in Morton Grove. Both my children are former students and I would recommend this school not only for what the kids get out of the time there but also for the dedicated teachers who are such an integral parts of every students lives.Thank you Jerusalem Lutheran's Precious Child Preschool for everything!
Joseph March 22, 2012 at 01:19 AM
Both of my daughters attended Miles Park District pre-school and both did outstanding in Grammer school and High School. They have the best program in the area
Cathy Greifelt March 22, 2012 at 07:05 PM
The Bright Beginnings staff are very patient and give each preschooler the individual time they need/deserve! They also are attentive to the parents and keep them informed and involved!
Lena G March 23, 2012 at 03:05 PM
My son goes to Precious Child Early Learning Center. He wakes up in the morning looking forward to have wonderful time at school with his friends and Miss Vicki. It is super easy to communicate with the teachers who care and love our precious little ones. I LOVE IT.
Leci March 23, 2012 at 09:41 PM
I know what you mean, Lena. My child has been chatting away all week (during spring break) that she wanted to go back to "having all the fun at school". It's nice to know the kids enjoy being there.


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