Are preschools available? Day care? Are these expensive? What has been your experience with them, if any? Do the schools provide before- and/or after-school care?

San Roberto and ASFM have preschools. but they are expensive. They are Montessori options and lots of other options that are much cheaper. Day care can be expensive for bilingual options- nannies are often cheaper. Most schools have after school care options. - Sep 2018


Option but can be expensive and not covered education allowance. - Aug 2015


No experience, but hired help is affordable. - Oct 2012


Lots of locals have nannies. I think they are paid about the same as housekeepers. We paid our cleaning lady 300 pesos a day (6-8 hours of work), which was considered generous. Many people pay 200-250 for a full day's work. - Oct 2010


I haven't experienced it myself, but have heard that it's expensive. - Jul 2010


Both AIM and San Roberto offer preschool programs, although they are a bit pricey. Instituto Pedregal is a reasonably priced program with a great preschooler's-fantasy campus and a solid academic program (www.pedregal.edu.mx). - Jan 2008


Domestic help is incredibly cheap - my understanding is that most people have live-in nannies. - Jan 2008


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