it gets a high hispanic population, and is very good catering to language barrier. My preschool child went there and they lost him - left him on the playground. He was not in his classroom with teachers when I went to pick up and they didn't even notice my child was gone. My child fortunately remembered the door they used and what classroom door decoration looked like and managed to make it back into the building but I found a crying very distressed preschooler standing in the middle of a busy hallway of exiting school children. The teacher by the way that same year was awarded teacher of the year. I continued to watch the lack of supervision on the playground (teachers in front gabbing away and toddlers left dangling way behind as they progressed to playground). This was few years ago. Hopefully those teachers have left.