Liam is in the third grade. This is his first year attending private school. He enjoys playing soccer, art, and traveling. He loves to explore and try new foods.
We chose this school because we were familiar with the staff, teachings, and philosophy. He also attended this school for pre-K.
The staff is amazing. They are knowledgeable and support our son not just academically but his whole being. They are able to identify his specific needs and address them in a way that benefits him.
The school believes in faith-based teaching, hands-on curriculum, and takes an avid interest in expanding education based on individual interests. School choice has helped our oldest son to love learning again. He is happy and enjoys going to school every day. On breaks or days off, he wishes he was in class with his friends and teachers.
I think parents should do their research and give school choice a chance. While we support public education, we also realize that even the “best” public schools haven’t been able to offer our son what he has received this year. The style of teaching, the opportunities, and the joy of learning have been made possible because of school choice.
“While we support public education, we also realize that even the “best” public schools haven’t been able to offer our son what he has received this year. The style of teaching, the opportunities, and the joy of learning have been possible because of school choice.”
School choice means the opportunity to find the best school for our son. He has smaller class sizes and his teacher is available to meet his individual needs. School choice has allowed us to offer him something different while still recieving all the required academics. He truly enjoys going to school and looks forward to it every day.