St. Paul’s Academy – Little Epistles Preschool Director Anna Johnson made the comment during the first days of school, “It has been an exciting beginning to the school year at Little Epistles. Our students are learning how to separate from
During the summer of 2015 there were three St. Paul’s Academy student standouts, Autumn E., Anastasia B. and Bassam B., who took initiative to participate in Pre-Collegiate Summer Institute high school programs. They collectively attended the
This summer, we had trainers from The Institute for Social and Emotional Learning teaching our teachers from preschool through high school on how to share these concepts with students. Thankfully, we were able to use Camp Saturna Environmental
“Our children have truly thrived in the small classes, and they have thoroughly enjoyed the exposure to a STEM-based curriculum. They are frequently budding with excitement to share their latest artistic masterpiece, or about new words that have expanded their Spanish vocabulary. While the academic engagement has been high, our children have also made many new friendships. They are expanding their social-emotional skill set as they are able to be in school with peers and have wonderful mentors.”
Jesse Nickerson & Steph Barmann
Sons in 1st and Daughter in 3rd Grade“Our family relocated to Bellingham in 2016, we discovered The Franklin Academy, shortly after that. Franklin has helped both our kids come out of their shells. Being from Trinidad and Tobago, education is very important to our family and the school has allowed the kids to grow socially and academically while constantly pushing them forward.
We appreciate the small class sizes, the caring teachers, and the diversity at the school.”
Nneka London-Browne & Deran Browne
Daughter in 1st and Son in 4th Grade“At every grade level, my daughters have had a close-knit peer group that is academically strong and engaged in extracurricular activities. These friends are supportive of one another inside and outside of school. The school does a remarkable job of balancing academic rigor with holistic child education. Moral character development is an integral part of the curriculum. With a student body that is culturally and religiously diverse, we appreciate the universal humanistic values that are discussed in chapel and intertwined in the classroom.”
Tung M. Ha, DO & Dr. Kerri Fitzgerald
Daughter in 5th Grade and 8th Grade Graduate“We’ve been fortunate to have our girls attend The Franklin Academy for the last four. We briefly tried a preschool that was closer to home in Bow, but quickly realized we missed the quality, safety, and curriculum of The Franklin Academy. This solidified our decision to have our girls attend all the way through 8th grade.”
Shabir & Gabrielle Balolia
Children in 1st Grade“Our kids went through 8th grade at The Franklin Academy. Looking back, it is easy to see what they gained. [They] got the academic foundation we expected (being on track for multiple Advanced Placement classes, being comfortable in Spanish two as a freshman, good grades, etc.). But the most important thing they gained by going to Franklin Academy may be the confidence they developed.”
Daughters Graduated from or 8th Grade
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The Franklin Academy won Best Private School 2021 and 2022!