Private Pre-K Schools: How Your Child Can Benefit From Attending A Pre-K Through Eighth-Grade School

The Pre-K years are an important time of development for children–it helps jumpstart their education, social skills, and familiarity with attending school. When the preschool is part of a larger school where students can continue their education through the elementary years, it is even better.

St. Cecelia’s Interparochial Catholic School offers and encourages Pre-K education. In today’s blog post, we’ll explain the benefits of attending a private Pre-K through eighth-grade school.

Pre-K Teaches the Building Blocks Of Learning

Since Pre-K is not a requirement, many people see it as an unnecessary step. It is actually quite the opposite. Most learning at the Pre-K age is play-based, but aside from teaching basics like numbers, letters, and shapes, it also teaches children to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, and how to interact with their peers.

These early years are important for teaching children how to be good students, how to build study skills, and how to be leaders.

Pre-K Through Eighth Grade Creates a Comfortable Learning Environment

Sending children off to school for the first time can be stressful for parents. They want a quality preschool with teachers they can trust.

One of the biggest benefits of a Pre-K through eighth-grade private school is that your child will continue to be in a school for years with teachers they have known since they first started. They will grow up in a familiar learning environment with trusted people, and this consistency will enhance their learning.

A familiar environment is also important as students get into their middle school years, which can be an awkward time for most children. Having a steady and consistent learning environment builds confidence, fosters a positive self-image, and encourages strong friendships.

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Pre-K Through Eighth Grade Sets Children Up For Success

Children who stay in the same school for Pre-K through eighth grade often get more leadership opportunities and are more college-ready. In fact, a study done by The American College of Testing states that according to their research, the best time for setting up students for college and career success is not during the high school years, but during the early years up through eighth grade. These years are the building blocks for learning how to study, how to set future goals, and how to be future leaders.

St. Cecelia Catholic School Offers Pre-K Through Eighth-Grade

We strive to create a positive environment for academic achievement and future learning. To become a part of St. Cecelia’s family today or to learn more about our curriculum, contact us online or call (727) 461-1207.

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