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The Tobin School

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Overview:

Leaders in Early Childhood Education and providers of Preschool up to Kindergarten

73 Cottage Street Natick, MA 01760

view phone508-655-5006

Website: www.thetobinschool.org

Grade: Preschool - K
60 students
Established in: 2004
Student Teacher Ratio: 8:1
Uniforms Required: No
Average Class Size: 9

Description:

At The Tobin School we believe… • when the academic, emotional, social and physical development are acknowledged and fostered, children benefit • a key component in the learning process is the collaboration of parents and teachers. • A culture committed to community service, leadership, and character development increases awareness and self esteem. • An intentionally small class size provides opportunities for each child to maximize potential within a rigorous academic ... Read More >>
At The Tobin School we believe…

• when the academic, emotional, social and physical development are acknowledged and fostered, children benefit
• a key component in the learning process is the collaboration of parents and teachers.
• A culture committed to community service, leadership, and character development increases awareness and self esteem.
• An intentionally small class size provides opportunities for each child to maximize potential within a rigorous academic program.
• a strong emphasis on organizational skills begins in the early years.
• in a teacher directed, child-centered, structured and well balanced curriculum.
• that a solid foundation in reading, writing, math, science and foreign language is the basis for successful lifelong learners.
• In capturing emergent learning opportunities.
• In a partnership with parents an families.
• In developing lifelong nutritional habits.
• In utilizing a strong and dedicated circle of educational consultants.

The Tobin School was founded on the principles that children grow and learn in a warm, supportive, diverse and mutually respectful environment. The Tobin School community is a community of teachers, parents, and students who are totally committed to the well being, happiness, and education of each child.
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More Information:

Accreditations: National Association for the Education of Young Children
Tuition: $4,200-$14,000
Financial aid: Children's Scholarship Fund
Top 3 universities graduates attend:
Religious programs: Not Applicable
Percentage of teachers with advanced degrees: 90
Day Care: No
AP classes: Not Applicable
Foreign languages taught: American Sign Language, Chinese, Spanish
Athletic programs: Not Applicable
Fine Arts taught: Art, Music, Technology
Special Service: Not Applicable
Standardized tests given: Not Applicable, Educational Record Bureau
Academic and Enrichment programs: Not Applicable

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