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Sky Valley Education Center5
Posted February 03, 2015
- a student
I've been going to Sky Valley for 7 years, and let me tell you, it's amazing. There are so many nice people, and you don't have to worry about what to wear or how to act because it's not as clique-y as public schools can be. You can choose what classes you take, along with the parent partnership classes they offer, there is also Montessori, ESS, STEM, and probably other programs, too. The classes aren't boring or tedious, and you learn a lot from them!
We have been at Sky Valley for 4 years and every year I am overwhelmed with the excellent caring staff and teachers. They are all so willing to help you or just sit with you and listen to your concerns. I am thankful for their partnership in my children's education.
We are in our third year at Skyvalley and couldn't be happier. We have found qand uality classes, flexibility, parent involvement in education that is encouraged/required (vs just planning PTA events). The counseling and support staffs are fabulous. The parents are respectful and courteous of each other - amazing since it is an extremely diverse group.
I am a sophomore at Sky Valley and I can tell any one that is looking for something different, you found it. The teachers are wonderful, Mrs. Caswell is the social studies teacher, she teaches the most classes. Mrs. Conley is a very good teacher, and then theres all the other teachers that make this school great, Rozencrans, program director is very nice, and she has a connection with a lot of students at the school.
This will be our second year at Sky Valley and we have been very pleased with our experiences there. It provides a fantastic opportunity to create a learning experience that is tailor made for your child and his/her learning style. My only complaint is that the majority of the families there are 'faith based homeschoolers' and therefore you here more religious talk that seems appropriate for a public school. But this does not seem to interfere with the classroom setting at all.
Sky Valley Education Center is a Parent Partership Program which recognizes the parents as the students primary educator. We have a variety of programs to offer the community. A Montessesori Program, Environmental Education School, Digipen, Robotics Program, Monday Parent Co-Op.Excursion Program(field trips),Cyperschool, and most popular Parent Partnership programs which offer students a variety of courses in small classroom sizes usually no more than 18. They are taught by a excellent accredited teaching staff. Most of our classes and happenings are posted on our website www.wingsnw.com/wings/sky. This is how parents sign up our children for classes, submit monthy reviews, view our childs schedule, and for high school students keep track of how our students are doing for attaining necessary credits. We who have children attending Sky Valley are proud of our students and their accomplishment. We are a community developing and emplimenting new ways of educating. All of this for only about 450 students!
We have been a part of SVEC for 5 years. Our experience has been more than positive. We went from a very frustrating public school situation to a very successful homeschool/SVEC experience. SVEC enables parents to provide learning for their students in many areas that the parent may not be qualified to teach.