What is Dutchess Day School’s approach to learning?
Dutchess Day School offers a coed nurturing environment in which children are provided an enriched academic learning experience. Their accredited staff knows that their high-quality approach to education is essential if the students are to develop the maturity and competence needed to function effectively in this rapidly changing world. Based on an interdisciplinary curriculum, students may experience learning in an individual lesson as well as in a small group setting, utilizing a wide variety of materials and experiences at his or her own pace and potential. This concept acknowledges great respect for the diversity and individuality of each student. The teaching staff skillfully applies structure and freedom, encouraging each student to develop naturally and joyfully, setting no limits on their achievements.
Dutchess Day School
415 Rte 343
How does Immaculate Heart Academy remain on the cutting edge of preparing for college?
At Immaculate Heart Academy, a major key to our students’ success is remaining on the cutting edge of educational programming and college prep curriculum. Our dedicated and knowledgeable College Counseling Department, a collaborative effort that boasts members with 30+ years of combined experience, provides faculty, students, parents, and teachers with a more focused, individualized plan for the college application and admissions processes. Educating students and parents about these processes starting in freshman year helps ensure each student makes the right decision for her, including attending the college that allows her to reach and exceed her goals. The graduating Class of 2023 earned more than $40 million in scholarship awards and 95% were admitted to their first- or second-choice colleges. We are proud that our College Counseling Department continually proves to be beyond successful and worthwhile for everyone involved.
Immaculate Heart Academy
500 Van Emburgh Ave
Township of Washington, NJ
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