February 23, 2004
Having 3 children of varying ages, personality types and learning needs attend CPA has given me an objective position to evaluate the school. Beginning in 1990 through the present, we have had children attending CPA; they have received an oustanding scholastic education, but also a wonderful basis of moral and ethical behavior. The entire staff, from the Principle to the janitorial staff, including all acillary members, have provided an exceptional atmosphere of learning, love, compassion,preparation for future life experiences, safety and acceptance. Each child is treated as an individual and encouraged to find and pursue their strong points and talents, all the while being given an excellent scholastic foundation, work ethic, unique learning opportunities and lifelong relationships with their peers and instructors. With well above average athletic, arts, music,foreign language and community service departments, among many others, each student can find their 'niche' with encouragement, support and some of the best instructors, coaches, and teachers found anywhere. These students graduate not only with an excellent formal education, but as well rounded young adults ready to meet their futures with enthusiasm and high ethical standards. Regardless of race, religious affiliation or personality, each student is welcomed as an individual and becomes a valued member of the CPA family.
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