Has your child transformed from a happy baby to someone pensive to one who struggles with school?
Perhaps the reason is in their educational environment. Not every child flourishes in a traditional classroom.
If your answer is yes to all, hold tight to the school and be sure that this year meets those expectations again.
If the answer to any of those was no, go ahead and check out The Renaissance Preparatory Academy! All classrooms use flexible seating as shown in the Primary classroom pictures above. regular chairs, bean bag chair, stool, bouncy ball chair (not shown) and lots of different areas.
All children have customized foundational learning that neither overwhelms them nor allows apathy in learning. All children learn what it means to act with honor. Our expectation is that children will be pleasantly surprised with the structure and challenges at our school… in other words, they’ll be happy! We’ll take your children as they are and help them to become a more flourishing version of themselves.
We care that children learn and continue to develop, or rediscover, a sense of curiosity and the joy learning to do hard things well. We designed a school based on best practices on over a dozen dimensions. We want this best for every child so we have developed a series of discounts (scholarships) that can be used to help offset the cost of private education. There are coupons for discounts that help with the application & testing fees, registration fees and even for tuition. If you act quickly, you will be able to take advantage of the full range of coupons and receive discounts as much as 75% off fees and up to 20-25% off tuition! This can save your family upwards of $2000 for our academic programs!
We think so. Click on the links to reach our web page and explore the school virtually, email Renaissance.Headmaster@gmail.com, or send a voice mail text via 843-800-0590 this week to take advantage of the discounts and enroll your child in a school that will set them up for success and growth!
Janice Black, Founding Headmaster
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