Our Goal - Little Flower Pre-School & Preparatory School in Brooklyn, NY

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It is easier to build a child, than to repair an adult

School's Goal

GOAL


Our main goal is to develop a happy, well adjusted child. To reach this goal will be through effective teaching and discipline.
We will provide the materials for "free learning in a controlled environment".

MISSION

PHILOSOPHY


As the school's motto dictates, "It is easier to build a child, than to repair an adult" is the stance that we approach daily in our effort to help each child reach their social, emotional, and intellectual potentials.

CURRICULUM

Our mission is to become a leading provider in Early Childhood Education in the tri-state area by offering students the competitive advantage to early learning intuitiveness in a child-friendly environment.

Little Flower Preparatory School is fully cognizant of the current State requirements of the Common Core Curriculum (CCC), hence our educational objective is that every student follows a rigorous and accelerated

Education from Pre-School thru Grade 8 combines an innovative progressive approach to teaching and learning, and implementing a diverse curriculum based on exposures to all areas of Science, Language Arts, Mathematics, Drama and Music.
As a service-oriented business, it is built on providing an increasingly essential need to a highly demanding clientele. The Administration and staff of Little Flower Day Care Center and Preparatory School feels that it is essential for the home and the school to work together for the benefit of the child.
We hope to provide each child with the feeling of security and adequacy outside the home to live and play with their peers. This offers them an early opportunity to develop positive attitudes about themselves and others.

curriculum based on the individual student's ability.
Students in the grades one thru eight are introduced to subjects in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Foreign Language, The Arts (Music and Dance), Physical and Health Education, Technology, Library Literacy, and Workplace Skills.
All grade students perform outstandingly well on the Stanford 9 Achievement Tests above their grade level and post high school in many subjects.
We are excited about the fact that 95% of our 8th grade graduates are accepted into Specialized High Schools or Schools for the Gifted.

 
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