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Posted January 03, 2013
- a parent
My child attends this wonderful school. The children are very articulate, intelligent and creative. Students are challenged academically and enjoy learning tremendously. The teachers are caring, thoughtful and encouraging.
I was in this school, and it was the best time of my life. Everyone was liked equally, and treated equally. Students could use their imaginations in a safe environment. My peers and I were challenged with mental, physical, and spiritual activities. The teachers got us to learn a lot while having a blast. Besides the usual lessons like the Gold Rush, Meadows-Livingstone also teaches about the African struggle in America. I recommend this school to everyone.
My son has attended Meadows-Livingstone for 3 years. The high quality of education, the 27 years of excellent guidance from the founder, the outstanding teaching, unusual and rich extracurricular activiities, and the great attention to safety (physical, emotional, and spiritual)and discipline make it difficult for me to give it only 5 stars. I wish there were a million stars on the scale! I homeschooled my 2 older children, because I didn't know about this school. I've seen every public and private school in San Francisco and this is the only one I consider good enough for my kids. There is a afro-centric curriculum, but there are mixed and white children who have come to this school and been completely happy. What most matters is how comfortable you and your child are there. The parents are all very involved and exceptionally thoughtful.
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