Small classes mean more individual attention
NEAT classes have only four to 15 students. And when a class has fewer
students, good things happen:
Your daughter becomes an individual, not just a face in the crowd.
Teachers devote attention not just to the class as a whole, but to the specific strengths and needs of every girl in it.
As a result, they tailor instruction to each student, so she masters all subjects not to the class average, but to her own highest ability.
What's more, answers about questions about your child's progress, educational needs and special resources are generally just a phone call away – not the last step in an elaborate, drawn-out, convoluted bureaucratic process.