Our oldest child started off in kindergarten and is now in 4th grade. I couldn't see putting her in a classroom with 25+ kids -- she was just so shy, which was one of the things that attracted me to the school. She has matured so much in the time she has been there -- willing to get up in front of others and perform now. The academics are strong and the teachers are very hard working and dedicated. When it was time for our second to start school, there was no question that she would go to St. Paul's. If people really knew the quality education that kids get here, they would be knocking down the doors trying to get in.
My grandson was too shy and quiet for public school, so his parents enrolled him at St. Paul. His progress was amazing in just the first semester. Teachers are caring and I feel he is learning so much more there socially and academically than he could ever learn in public school. And, he is also learning what really is important in life. He is starting his third year at St. Paul and his siblings will also attend school there..