The pedagogy integrates the intellectual as well as the artistic to create a well rounded independent thinker.
The tuition is much more reasonable than many of the independent schools (and doesn’t start climbing steeply after kindergarten), and it still had all the things we were looking for.
We were attracted to the reputation for educational quality, particular the emphasis on teaching. We also liked that the values-based education as well the quality of the non-academic programs.
I looked around at middle and upper school students and asked myself, “Is this what I want my kids to be like when they get older?” At GFS, the answer to that question was an unequivocal “Yes!”
Tell PSS and our readers about your school choice! Date Submitted: 7/29/2010 What school did you decide on? JS Jenks Calendar year …