**This post has been sponsored by Wesley Prep. All opinions are 100% our own.**
Choosing an elementary school can be overwhelming because now we’re dealing with “real school” and everything feels that much more important. But choosing a preschool or Mother’s Day Out is pretty major in its own way. Releasing your child into the care of others for the first time needs to feel RIGHT. You want them to learn and grow as much (if not more) than they would with you.
As you research options for Fall 2020, no matter your child’s age, you’ll want to consider Wesley Prep. Let me tell you a bit more:
- For ages 6 months to 6th grade
- Just celebrated their 50th year
- Small class sizes
- “Whole child” approach focuses on academic, social, mental, and physical development
- A nonprofit entity that remains true to its calling of making top-notch private education affordable
As your kids move up the ladder at Wesley Prep, they’ll feel nurtured and safe. Teachers have a clear understanding of each child’s personality and are able to teach effectively to children’s different learning styles. Nothing like a consistent and intentional learning environment, right!?
At Wesley Prep, kids are motivated by small group instruction, individual attention, and constant challenge.
Linda Altick (Executive Director) gave an interview to D Magazine last year, “How to Build Confidence in Children,” that I think you’ll find gives good insight into the school and what your child will experience there. I literally made notes to myself as I read it.
HOT TIP: Wesley Prep has a particularly comprehensive and informative website. I encourage you to poke around the tuition schedule, the FAQ to see how they incorporate religion, their extensive enrichment programming, the Sixth Grade Advantage, and lots more.
The absolute BEST way to get a better sense of a school and help decide if it’s the right place for your family is to take a tour. You’ll get a chance to ask administrators questions and see kids and teachers in action. Feel free to bring your child with you so they can check things out, too!