Yes I do believe the school develops persitence, grit and determinationin its students. The school gives it students a great deal p
The school does develop persistence grit and determination in its students. The teachers work with the parents and they to ensure the highest potential of the students is brought out. Developing strong student is done in collaboration with parents to ensure students reach the highest potential.
Overall, I am very pleased with the fact that the school makes students work hard for their grades. I happen to have a child that is quite capable and if allowed would only do minimum work.
I am so appreciative of the teachers for pushing my son and making it clear they require him to work to his highest potential.
The students are taught, daily, to respect their elders, those more vulnerable than themselves, and their own self. I am so glad my child is in this type of environment because it is lacking in general society today. It reaffirms what we teach at home.
I see this evidenced especially by the older students in how they interact with the younger students. So refreshing to see middle school children speak to and reach out to the younger students with interest.
The teachers teach in such a manner that the child applies their new-found knowledge in every day life. I was preparing for a party and arranging things, and my then 5-year-old, says, "oh, you are making patterns" and proceeded to help me, actually keeping to the pattern I had started. I was so tickled!
When a parent walks down the hall at this school you can see the joy on the students faces. The support and encouragement from the school staff improves the students' self-esteem and academic goals as well.