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Authentic Montessori environment, serving toddler through 6th grade. Small class sizes allow each student to progress at an individual pace. Part-time preschool and extended day are available. Our school is a place of discovery, curiosity, respect and enthusiasm. Come take a tour and see for yourself.
Contact: Kristin Patterson, Grades: Toddler – Grade 6, Enrollment: 100
Academic excellence via a unique blend of Jewish and Montessori education offering strong academics, stressing life skills, interpersonal relationship skills and nurturing a love for life-long learning. Individualized curriculum customized for each student, expansive naturally lit rooms, low student ratio. Specials include yoga, music, Hebrew, Spanish, dance, drama, art and Tae Kwon Do. Flexible schedules, before and aftercare, web cams and after-school enrichment available. Transportation available to/from Mason schools. Limited space – now enrolling!
Cincinnati Public Schools serves more than 33,000 students (preschool-12th grade), preparing students for life with rigorous academics, enrichment opportunities and strong community partnerships. The district is nationally celebrated for its Community Learning Center model, where its schools serve as hubs for community services – providing a system of integrated partnerships that promote academic excellence and offer recreational, educational, social, health, civic and cultural opportunities for students, families and community.
Ages 6 weeks-6 years plus after school & summer camp up to age 12. Offering outstanding Reggio-Inspired full and part-time Infant, Toddler, Two’s, and Preschool programs, as well as Kindergarten, After School, and Summer Camp for school-age children. Degreed teachers, extensive parent communication, and welcoming family environment. Setting the standard in early care and education. NAEYC Accredited. Call today for your personal tour. (Contact: Meghan Schymanski)
Founded in 1890, The Summit serves students from 18 months to Grade 12. Full- and half-day Montessori programs for ages 18 months-age 6 begin the academic journey followed by a college-preparatory program (Grades 1-12). The Summit educates students spiritually, academically, physically, socially and artistically while offering the academic excellence and one-on-one guidance of a top-tier Catholic independent school.
Summer is a perfect time to build and maintain academic skills. Academic Tutoring provides year-round 1:1 intervention and enrichment services for students of all ages. Skills addressed range from pre-K reading, math and writing through high school subjects and skills, including test prep (SAT/ACT/HSPT/OGT.) Educators are Ohio licensed and certified.
Aldersgate Christian Academy offers families in the Greater Cincinnati area a faith-based education with strong academics and an emphasis on music. ACA is a member school of the American Association of Christian Schools and offers the option of the Ed Choice Scholarship through the Ohio Department of Education.
Archbishop McNicholas High School promotes a Christ-centered, Catholic co-ed community that embraces each student – spiritually, intellectually, morally, and physically. We provide a safe, nurturing, creative, and challenging campus where individuals will grow in knowledge and faith. We equip our students with opportunities and experiences that will enable them to achieve excellence, live out gospel values, and attain full stature in Christ. Contact: Christina Mullis, Director of Admissions and Enrollment, Grades: 9-12, Enrollment: 630
Bethany School is an independent preparatory school where students experience an appreciation for many cultures. Laptop computers, on-line grading, a dynamic music program, rigorous curriculum, and a variety of extracurricular programs provide a truly extraordinary educational environment. Grades: K – 8th grade.
Brain Balance provides a parent an insight into their child’s brain and explains to them why their child is struggling with focusing, making friends, reading comprehension, as well as many neurological challenges such as Anxiety, Autism, Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, ODD, and many more. We will then explain in great detail how we can help their child function better in their day to day school and activities. This insight is accomplished by an 3 hour assessment, and meeting with the Director on the results, and an introduction to the program to show the parents how we will accomplish setting their child up for success in the present and future.