Jolly Fun House has been wonderful for our family. They have been extremely flexible in working with our schedule and our kids love going there. From concerts to field trips, Officer Friendly and dentist visits, there are always fun and educational things happening at school that my kids can’t wait to tell me about. The staff are friendly and well educated and they really care about their students. In the 18 months we’ve been there it’s been a great experience!
— Sharon Hamburg

It was a difficult decision for my wife and I to put our two sons in day-care. We spent a good deal of time researching. The decision came when we found a center that was nurturing, educational, and responsible - we found that with Jolly Fun House. The teaching staff at JFH has changed the way our boys socialize, share, and express themselves. Our boys love going to JFH. The administrators are a dream to deal with. The entire staff care about our family and I feel assured they are getting the best care possible when we drop them off,
which is a huge relief.
— Nic and Monika Schreiber

My son is learning so much at JFH: words, songs, math concepts, and art. He has been getting a pre-school level education even though he is much younger. Plus, the special programs - live animal demonstration, magician, theater, firemen, etc - look like they are so much fun. I wish I had time to attend. I appreciate the day-to-day routine, but also that there is enough unique programming to keep the weeks interesting for him. His teachers care and are patient. In addition, his social skills have improved; he tells me after the weekend that he misses his friends at school. For energetic and growing children, the twice a day active time is essential. The outdoor playgrounds are large and set in a sunny, grassy residential environment. When the weather is inclement, the large gym and play equipment provide the necessary play space. Even the babies get outside for pleasant stroller walks and explore outside more frequently than I observed in other programs.
— Patricia Lonosky