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There is a level of comfort there, and they really want to see your child succeed. They really care about each child's performance and track their progress. Given the amount of help I have gotten from the teachers and the principal, it's really more like a family.
Before my daughter got to CICS, we were concerned about the way she was learning. But once she got to her new school, her spelling got better, her grammar got better.? The teachers encouraged her love of reading and she really opened up. I know she is getting the best education so she is prepared for high school and college.
"My daughter would come home every day, she wasn't getting in trouble. My experience completely changed. The teachers would help out directly with the students, they would do home visits. With my kindergartner, even when the teacher lives in Evanston, she drove to the Southwest Side to meet with us."
From 5th to 8th grade, my daughter hated her school experience. She wasn't herself. Once she got to Noble, she was finally challenged and her grades improved. Now she's on the National Honor Society and got accepted to the University of Illinois. She used to cry when she got up in the morning. Now she's a whole different child.
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