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E-Institute At Union Hills4
Posted July 30, 2012
- a parent
If it wasn't for E-Institute my daughter, who was expecting a child of her own during her senior year, would not be a high school graduate. The instructors and principal were so good with my daughter and were encouraging her to not give up and cheered her on along the way. They taught the students to be responsible, to be on time and to be presentable which was good because in the work force they would have to do the same thing. I know my daughter is grateful for the education she received at E-Institute and that she can proudly say she graduated from high school. Since then, she has gone on to cosmetology school and has graduated and is now working in a salon.
My child started at the E-Institute in January 2012. We are very happy with the school. Her goal is to graduate early and start college. She is already on target to graduate at least 1 full year early as a Junior! The school is wonderful! The teachers and administrators really care about the students and are very available when needed!
I can't imagine a better school for my son, who graduated in November of 2010 with top honors. He is now a freshman at Glendale Community College, and has made the cut into the Honor's Program. The staff is outstanding in its commitment to the students. They really care about the kids, and the small size of the school ensures individual attention when needed. E-Institute, I cannot give you enough praise; you deserve so much more!
I am new to the Charter model and previously held misconceptions with regards to the adopted curriculum of a non-district/ non-private school. I was pleasantly surprised that the curriculum followed by E-Institute dovetails with the state and federal standards and our students are challenged, but not frustrated by our rigorous program. Our Teachers are gifted in their fields of expertise and are able to reach all levels within our student body. I am proud to be a part of this positive force preparing our posterity.
My son's been going here since August (as a freshman) and loves it. He has advanced to the next grade in two of his subjects and believes he will graduate in 3 instead of 4 years. He says the teachers are really nice, which is good because he didn't like the teacher in his last school. I'm so happy we've found this place, and he loves the afternoon schedule so he doesn't have to get up early. Great school.