If one were to describe a school that could provide an excellent education, it would include an academic program which established a rock-solid, basic foundation of reading, writing and arithmetic; one which would make it possible to tackle, with understanding, higher mathematics, the sciences, classical literature, history, logic and more.
It would have a personalized approach to students and a low student-teacher ratio. The faculty would be caring, competent, dedicated individuals who approached their work with enthusiasm. It would also include a good physical education program, art, afternoon activities, clubs of various types and community service. There would be a sense of values and a known standard that all students could strive toward. There would be a curriculum that provided the means to attain those standards and a method of teaching and of learning that could guarantee every child would understand and be able to put to use the knowledge he or she is gaining. It would give the students confidence in their ability to tackle anything they desire and the tools they need to succeed.
I believe this is what a parent seeks from their investment in their child's education. These attributes are what Delphi Academy strives to achieve.
I am frequently found in any given classroom on any given day looking for moments that would make a parent proud and most often find these occurring daily.