Reviews of Aurora Preparatory Academy
Meave Mastracci - Parent (Dec 10, 2018)
Making the decision to switch my eldest to APA was literally one of the best decisions we have ever made. He is flourishing there and encouraged to be himself. He feels a sense of safety and belonging, and I feel like he is able to “be” a kid again.
He looks forward to school and feels optimistic and empowered about his potential and his future.
He (and we) feel that he is respected and understood as an individual and not just one part of a whole. He is able to express his thoughts, opi...
Tunde Nyarfadi - Parent (Feb 21, 2019)
Aurora Preparatory Academy is a happy place. Making this change for my son was one of the best decisions we made. The principals and the teachers created a joyful and safe environment for the children. All the staff is very welcoming. My son is excited and looking forward to each and every day at school. His fellow students and friends are kind, caring individuals, which makes his days at APA great. He is not worried about going to school, he never complains about the children, they are all happ...
Patty Keele - Parent (Nov 19, 2018)
Both my children have had a fantastic experience at APA. The teachers and administration are very respectful, inclusive and kind. Everyone belongs at APA.
I think my children have most enjoyed the wonderful relationships they have developed with their friends and with their teachers. My son is now in university and still comes back to visit the teachers. He is also in touch with a number of the students he went to school with there.
My son was somewhat of a slacker in school. He did not h...
Sharron Robert - Parent (Mar 19, 2019)
It is my sincere hope that other parents with a child that has had difficulties in school due to being diagnosed with an LD and having an IEP find that there is help. The help is APA! The school is small with the biggest heart. This is a school that really, really cares about their students (family) and it is just that amazing atmosphere that brought my daughter out of sadness, anxiety, withdrawal and failing grade 6 to flourishing in grade 7 and 8.
When you see your child cry morning and night...