A Closer Look
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A preschooler, nervous about his first day, hesitated at the door. Another child waved and smiled, encouraging him to come in — and he did!
Children’s Village encourages artistic expression. One former student took the lessons to heart; she now attends Moore College of Art and Design.
On a trip to the ice rink, I saw former students who said they had learned how to ice skate from their Children’s Village trips!
Children’s Village graduates often return to complete required high school community service hours here.
I know we selected the right school for our preschooler. Today, he asked what 'indigenous' means. My wife and I looked at each other in surprise!
Mat Huffman, parent
Former students often invite their Children’s Village teachers to their high school graduation.
I love the way Children's Village is so accommodating to immigrant families and families new to the area. I learn a lot because of this outreach.
During a trip to the Franklin Institute, one of my students told me it was the best day of her life.
A parent told me that if she had 6,000 children, they would all attend Children’s Village.
We are a LGBT family, and never once have we felt set apart or not included in anything, and our child has exposure to learning about all different types of families and is supported with ours.
A parent who had seen our class at the park followed us back to Children’s Village to complete an Enrollment Application for her own child.
Children are often disappointed that Children’s Village is closed on the weekends!
Look at the walls filled with artwork and projects. Children have ownership here at Children’s Village.
My daughter talks about Children’s Village as a magical place. Her friends keep asking why they can’t attend Children’s Village, too!
I love learning from the children. One taught me about Pointillism, paintings made up of little dots. I wonder where he learned that? Here!
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