What a wonderful journey has it been for us at Elite Scholars! As parents of a former preschooler, we have seen our daughter social and intellectual development reached the summit. Parents are definitely getting more than a babysitting service. The kids are provided with a great educational foundation; They are taught to excel at a very young age. My daughter is currently striving at Forest Road School. Although it is in a home setting, the kids are being nurtured in a very special way. Elite Scholars is "home away from home" literally because it is located in the heart of Mill Brook. Occasionally, I stop by either to say hello, or to show how well my daughter is doing in school. The relationship does not stop at graduation, it is ongoing. My daughter is currently a part of the after school program.
Thank you Elite Scholars for giving me peace of mind while working! Ms. Paula, Ms. Dorothy, Ms. Joseph, Ms. Donna
THANK YOU !!!
We develop these four essential skills!
SOCIAL SKILLS |
Elite Scholars is a loving, caring Christian environment where a child is nurtured and supported as they leave home and go off to school. It is in this environment that we tenderly lead each child we serve, to adjust to being away from home while at the same time, help them learn social skills for life.
ACADEMIC SKILLS |
The Program is also about the task of developing academic skills that will prepare our students for Kindergarten and for life. We feel solid, fundamental education is vital for our students and if those skills are taught at any early age, they are more prepared for future learning.
PHYSICAL SKILLS |
We have the desire to lead our children to be healthy for life. Along with the social and academic skills, we promote physical skills as well. The students are taught small and large motor skills.
MORAL SKILLS |
We believe that the Bible is our most important moral guide to life. Thus, students are taught stories from the Bible that enables them to see what behaviors are proper and pleasing to God. This is by no means the last or the least skill taught to our students. Rather, it is the most important. Therefore, we take time and use patience in guiding our students to live healthy and God pleasing lives.
by Dr. Claudia Morris
-Dusty the Circus Mouse
-Dusty Goes To The Farm