1501 Flower Mound Rd
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Explorations Preparatory School is a private school located in Flower Mound, TX. It has 127 students in grades PK, K-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1.
Tuition is for the highest grade offered and may have changed for the current school year. For more information, please contact the school.
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Explorations Preparatory School Reviews
Explorations was my second home for many years. As I have gone to other schools, I always think back to EPS. I was more than prepared for my highschool years and I am constantly grateful for my time spent at EPS. I learned, while having fun. It challenged me, but also always kept my interest. I loved to learn, and was always happy to come to school in the morning. Many of my fellow graduates wish our highschools could teach as well as EPS did, with the same challenging, and fun environment.
My time in middle school at EPS has been wonderful. I am challenged and learning every day. When I compare notes with my friends who go to public school, I realize just how advanced my classes really are. My favorite part of EPS is feeling like I am part of a family. My teachers and principals really care about me and want to make sure I am happy and learning. They care what I have to say and actually ask for my opinions. I always feel like I can be comfortable being myself at school. I feel fortunate to be a student at EPS.
Overall I found my time at Explorations to be a fun and enriching time, but they pull you in with “amazing technology” and “Fun staff” the way that a day normally goes in 5th to 8th is that you get to school (Around 8:00) you then go to class where the students will goof off until around 8:15 “tribes time” now what this was supposed to be was a time of learning enrichment for the kids as a group, it like many other things in this school, has become just another time for kids to play games on their computers (THAT THE PARENTS PAY FOR) or run around on a playground that is pathetic and has constant trips, falls, broken bones, etc. and since the school has no medical staff everything is just patched up with a band-aid.