Schools have a way of looking similar, but Presentation’s mission and graduate outcomes speak specifically to how, what and why we do things. Our program is academically rigorous with an integrated curriculum that focuses on collaboration, creativity and reaching a student's individual potential. Our small class sizes allow students to dig deep, solve problems, create questions and showcase learning. Our Catholic values bring our faith-filled community together in forms of service to others and our own school.
At Presentation School your child is known, by every teacher, student, faculty and parent. The relationships that we are able to build within our school community are a critical component of our outstanding education. Each child is an individual learner, with interests, talents, challenges and experiences that make their education story unique. Knowing each student and fostering a relationship is the foundation to a strong and challenging academic school life.
Sending your child to Presentation School is a large commitment. Families join our community for 9 years and more. Being comfortable and finding the fit that works for your child and your family is key. Parents are partners in the education process of each student. Communication, involvement and a sense of pride in the school are key elements to making the partnership work well. To that end, we offer consistent opportunity for parent education and collaboration, and we welcome parent involvement in a variety of volunteer capacities. We take pride in and value the fact that we are, truly, a family school.
From the board of directors down The Presentation School is committed to the confidence in our current practices with the understanding that we are always willing to challenge ourselves to further the development of our teachings and programing. We are a student-centered school and as our students change, technology evolves and practices become outdated we strive to remain ahead of the curve and insync with the students on our campus. Our educators are learners, through workshops, professional development, and visiting guest we know that mastery of our skills will forever be a work in process.
At the end of the day, it is the overall comfort level and “fit” of a school that matters most. If you can imagine your child being happy and well-served in a particular environment, and if that environment feels right on an intuitive level, it is generally a very good indicator of the right choice. If your gut says “yes,” pay attention. Likewise, if you have lingering worry or concern about the basic fit between your family and the school, it is worth pursuing further in order to identify and reconcile any remaining questions.