Our daughter, Daniella, is a bright little girl who has great potential when it comes to academics. Unfortunately, in her early years, Daniela had a hearing impairment that delayed her speech and she was not at par with the average child. This issue was concerning since we, like any parents, wanted our daughter to strive and reach her maximum potential.
Shortly before kindergarten, Daniella’s hearing impediment was corrected by a small procedure. However we were still concerned that she wouldn’t be at the right academic level when she got to first grade. My wife and I started researching schools with higher standards that truly focus on helping children do their best. Luckily, we found Legacy Traditional. We knew our daughter had to get caught up but also to advance enough since this school is one year ahead academically in curriculum. Legacy Traditional is a true blessing for us because not only did they help our daughter get to be where she needed to be at her age, but they also brought her up to the even higher standards they hold their students to.
“As parents, we believe that each child has their own needs and challenges, and being able to find a school that meets their needs and works in their favor is key.”
As parents, we believe that each child has their own needs and challenges, and being able to find a school that meets their needs and works in their favor is key. Our daughter had to overcome a challenge and thanks to being able to choose where she goes to school, we as parents were able to partner with an amazing school that helped her reach her goals.
We believe that, regardless of income, all children should have the same opportunities and resources for their education. The public system does not provide opportunities and resources equally across the board and that is important to recognize. A cookie-cutter type of curriculum or system does not work for all children in all areas. Having these options available creates a healthy competition among schools to provide the best education and services for the children. In the end, it’s our children who are the ones benefitting from it. I like knowing there is a better school out there for Daniella and that I have the option to take her there regardless of the commute, the area where I live, or the money that I make.