Charter and private schools are very different, at virtually all levels—including at the preschool level.
We all know it is important for children to be kind in the classroom, at home, and in life. Learning this skill is a crucial part in the development of each child, however it can be difficult to know the best approach for teaching kindness and empathy to our children.
When it comes to ensuring academic success for your child, the sooner his or her skills and tools for learning are developed, the better. Preschool offers your child the opportunity to get a head start in developing these skills.
At Trinity Episcopal School, we strive to help students grow into good people and members of the community at large. This is why community service is a critical component of each of our students’ education.
As School Chaplain Reverend Bobby Hadzor stated in a recent schoolwide letter: “We steep ourselves in what it means to be a community and not individuals.”
In the greater New Orleans area, there are countless opportunities to provide community service to others. With one of the nation’s highest official poverty rates among the 50 largest metro areas, 19.7% of residents live in poverty, so the need for community service outreach is of the utmost importance.
Choosing the right school for your child to attend can be a challenge. Parents often want to find a school that aligns with their values, but also allows children to develop their own sense of identity and beliefs.
At Trinity Episcopal School, we do not just focus on developing the academic potential of our students; we prioritize the whole child. Integral to our approach is a belief that every child has the potential to affect positive change in the world around them.
Choosing a preschool for your child to attend is an exciting time. Just think of all of the friendships your child will forge, the memories they will create, and the lessons they will learn!