I encourage any parents that are unhappy with anything at Go like the Wind to contact our Head of School, Jim Basel. It is our goal to offer an authentic Montessori education in a positive, caring environment. Jim Basel firstname.lastname@example.org 734-747-7422
March 10, 2015
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I am greatful to all the dedicated staff at Go Like the Wind Montessori. They have fostered my children's creativity and wonder about the world around them. They intuitively focus on the child's strengths while working with them to build up their weaknesses. Any other school would have crushed my children's spirit and at Go Like the Wind, their spirit is strong and set free. It's not just a school, it's a community, a family.
Authentic Montessori allowing the child to work at his own pace while reaching goals towards a successful academic and social future inside and outside of the classroom. My children's spirit has been given the opportunity to flourish within a safe community.
My family's experience at Go Like The Wind Montessori has been tremendous. Our son was attending a local Ann Arbor charter school where the teachers were very nice and caring but the performance levels were suspect. We moved him to Go Like The Wind for 5th grade and he has remained through middle school with outstanding results. In 3 years at Go Like The Wind his test performance increased by 45 percentile in math and 50 percentile in reading. Go Like The Wind offers an authentic Montessori education individualized for each students skill level and has teacher student ratios of 1:8. In addition to improved academic performance, the school has helped our son develop his leadership and team player skills through giving him in-class responsibilities, holding him accountable and having multi-age class rooms. The head of school and teachers are amazing! They get to know each student as an individual, they genuinely care about the children and they are experienced/effective professionals.
My child's experience in the 4-6th grade upper elementary and 7-8th grade middle school has been tremendous. The teachers in both classes are energetic, clearly love to teach and really get to know each student's as an individual. They spent the time and effort to understand my son's personality and how he learns best.