Don’t miss this week’s School Open Houses we’ve listed below. This is NOT the full Open House listing for each school or school system – it’s just this week’s. For our full listing of open houses, please see our 2018-19 Smarty School Open House Guide.
Belong, Believe, Succeed! Before students succeed, they must know they belong and believe in themselves as others do.
Welcome to The John Crosland School, where a world of opportunity and success await your child. Founded in 1978, Crosland was the first school in North Carolina dedicated to the education of children with learning and attention differences. We go beyond the definition of ‘school.’ We serve students with ADHD/focusing, dyslexia, executive functioning, processing information, expressive/receptive language, navigating common social skills, following directions, reading comprehension, dysgraphia and dyscalculia issues. Our holistic approach uses innovative academic tools combined with enrichment programs, sports, the arts, and executive functions classes to narrow the learning gap, and create well-rounded students in the process. Take a look at success and your child’s full potential realized.
Click here for more information on Admissions.
– (TH) January 10, 2019
Portia York – Director of Advancement
Palisades Episcopal School – Joyful Love of Learning!
Palisades Episcopal School (PES) is an accredited, Christ-centered independent day school serving students in Junior Kindergarten – 8th grade on a 10 acre campus in Southwest Mecklenburg County. As a liberal arts, neo-classical institution, PES offers students opportunities for integrated study by seamlessly weaving together scientific, cultural, historical, and literary investigations. With mastery of skills as the goal, rather than just memorization of facts, a PES student is provided time to think, discuss, process and apply their knowledge, which in turn promotes intellectual curiosity and creates lifelong learners. Intimate class sizes and low teacher-student ratios, allow for differentiated instruction across every grade. Service integration helps students develop citizenship skills and fosters values of integrity, courage, responsibility, compassion, and hard work. PES students graduate knowing how to connect their heads to their hearts and are academically prepared for high school and beyond.
For more information, or to schedule a campus tour, visit www.pescharlotte.org.
Now Offering Equestrian for grades 3 – 8.
Reading, art and music workshops for parents & children ages 3-5 years. All Storytime Adventures begin at 10 a.m. Space is limited.
January 11, 2019
Every day is an Open House at PES – tours scheduled at your convenience.
Register for any of these events at www.pescharlotte.org/upcoming-events