Before I go into our programs…
I want to mention why smaller class size is beneficial to your child’s learning.
Generally, studies show that students in smaller class sizes perform better in school compared to those enrolled in larger classes. Students in smaller classes tend to be ahead in theory and content knowledge and score higher in most assessments.
Findings show that student engagement positively affects the student’s ability to learn intellectually and adapt to educational challenges.
Long-Term Career Success
The benefits of smaller programs extend beyond scores and engagement. These variables, if combined positively, could contribute to a more successful career.
CES PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:
- To ascertain whether the school is an effective solution for the student, confirming the needs of the student will be properly met.
- To ensure every new student is accepted for admission in the correct program based on needs and abilities.
- To safeguard the acceptable student-teacher ratio in each classroom.