Our family, and certainly Sophia in particular, had a very good experience at Providence Education. When she came to Providence as a 4th grader she needed the individualized attention that comes with a low student to teacher ratio. Your school’s philosophy to teach to the level of the student initially versus where the student should be based on age or grade level was beneficial to her progress.
I appreciated that you and your teachers were always available to me and Lauren with any questions that we had pertaining to Sophia’s coursework and grades. You were very responsive and aware of her progress.– Jim B.
My son was diagnosed with severe dyslexia and dysgraphia at the age of 7. After several frustrating years in the public school system, I was told about Providence Education Group by a friend of mine.
As a parent it is truly heartbreaking to see your child struggle and feel helpless but with the assistance of amazing teachers and staff at Providence my son is now reading! More than this amazing feat; is that he actually volunteers to read!!! It has not been an easy journey but the last three years my son has attended Providence has truly changed his life. The confidence the teachers and staff have instilled in him is priceless. When I drop my son off in the mornings, I know he’s not just getting a great education, but also feels safe and loved.
Providence has truly been a life changer in our family. I cannot say enough about this amazing little school!– Helene B.
Providence Education Group has been such a gift for my daughter and our family. Neither the mainstream public model nor home schooling worked: She regressed, and the stress and anxiety were high. The first day at Providence changed everything. The administration and teachers were so kind and caring, found the right balance in challenging her, and even made accommodations so she could keep pursuing what made her happy, competitive gymnastics. They also gave my husband and I the chance to breath and be our daughter’s academic cheerleaders, a far happier role than worrier or task master. It’s a special school that truly helps kids shine and find their joy in learning.– Lisa J.