At Mom’s we believe in creating minds. The moment you step onto the campus you will be impressed by what Mom’s offers. We are a unique, school that realizes good teaching inspires a wide range of students. Because students learn differently, we teach differently. The educational experience at Mom’s includes a variety of learning approaches: intensive one-on-one work to improve area of academic weakness, small group cooperative learning settings, round-table discussions, and hand-on experiential education. At every step, we focus on skill development that will take our students to college and beyond. Strong communication between home and school forms the basis for the caring, nurturing, family atmosphere that is essential to our School. This atmosphere promotes an excellence in teaching that results in high academic achievement and enables children to realize personal excellence at all levels.
This focus continues today with a deep commitment by both faculty and staff at Mom’s to find and nurture the promise of every student. The Mom’s believed that learning did not end when you left the classroom. They had equally strong commitment to character development and to other facts of the educational experience. Today you can continue to see their vision in action on our playing fields, in our musical and theatrical performances, and through creative activities, school services, club meetings, social events, and numerous leadership opportunities. Mom’s students are active and involved. My hope is that every student leaving our school will play an active role in their community and in our society, enriching the lives of others. Join us in our mission to make our School a place children love to attend, a place in which parents believe their children are receiving an education to the best, and a place in which teachers express their joy of working with pride. If Mom’s has been a part of your past in some way, perhaps it’s time to reconnect with the school. Take the opportunity to see the exciting changes that have occurred and are continuing to occur on our campus. And if Mom’s is still very new to you, come for a visit and let us show you around. We think you’ll be impressed.
-Head of School