Serving the Future

What makes an independent school worth the trouble of applying and paying the expense to enroll your child? 

 

Excellent teachers. 

They usually teach in their areas of expertise and are passionate about what they do.

High academic standards. Independent schools nurture intellectual curiosity, stimulate personal growth, and encourage critical thinking.

 

Education for the whole child.

Independent schools nurture not just students’ intellectual ability and curiosity but also their personal and social growth and civic conscience. Opportunities extend well beyond the classroom to athletic competitions, artistic pursuits, and school leadership experiences.

 

Small classes and individual attention.

Independent schools have low student-teacher ratios that encourage close connections with students.

 

Greater likelihood of a student completing a bachelor’s degree or graduate degree.

 

A community of parents who actively participate in their children’s education.

Independent schools promote regular communication among students, parents, and teachers to ensure everyone is working toward the same goals for the student.