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Mag, Other/Just Looking in San Jose, CA

What are the top preschools in San Francisco? We heard it's really hard to get into a preschool and my

Asked by Mag, San Jose, CA Wed Oct 24, 2007

daughter is currently 7 months old.

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I highly recommend joining the Golden Gate Mothers Group. We have posted questions like this or searched the archives on GGMC and gotten literally dozens of responses. Several mothers have done systematic visits and assessments of all the top schools and posted their findings. It's the Trulia Voices equivalent of an online community where mothers are the experts. Good luck!
2 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Oct 25, 2007
I too recommend the Golden Gate Mothers Club or going to

Good Luck, getting into a good school is so important.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Feb 11, 2012
I know that lists preschools in san francisco. If you are looking for preschools, preschool reviews, I would look at

Good luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 17, 2011
Refer to the below website for list of preschools in your locality...

Hope this helps...
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Feb 13, 2010
Are you referring to public or private pre-schools in SF? For public, the school system gives the low income residents the priority first. For private, you should start putting your daughter's name on waiting list at least one year before she attends pre-school. The below website should give some great info about which school you want your daughter to attend.

Good luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 9, 2009
My brother's son also about the same age, and due to the fact he bought a tiny 1br in San Francisco recently with about $650,000, he does not have much extra to spent on preschool of his son. He said he plan to pay off the mortgage in a few years.

Well, I told him the best preschool is "home" and the best preschool teacher is a "retired Chinese professor or teacher" immigrated to the US. So, he hired this ex professor of Peijing University to babysit his son. I can almost guarantee you that his son will out peform every kid at that age, and eventually get into top university like Berkeley.

Of course, if you can get a retired Harvard University professor willing to babysit your daughter, it should work too.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 19, 2008
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