"My son graduated from WNS last year and is now in kindergarten at Carpenter School. His father and I recently attended our first parent teacher conference and were pleased to learn he is not only meeting all requirements, but is kind and a good friend. We truly believe this is a direct result of education and values instilled during his two years at WNS." - Casey Rogers, mother of Daniel (Class of 2017)
“The teachers are loving, nurturing and invested in the academic and social success of each child. We are amazed by the broad subject matter they cover, and how they have ignited a love of learning in Sam at such a young age. He comes home from school excited to share what he has learned with us, and eager to return! WNS will always hold a special place in our hearts." - Sara Henriod, mother of Mary Kate (Class of 2016) and Sam (Class of 2018)
“I loved the child-centered art on the walls, the experienced and kind teachers and that the school was play-based and developmentally appropriate for each individual need. Most
importantly my child has fun with her friends and is happy to engage, explore and discover new experiences, that challenge her and keep her thinking and asking questions." - Kelly Collopy, mother of Ella (Class of 2019) & Ryan (Class of 2021)
“We noticed such positive growth in Rowan once he started at the Nursery School.... Not only did he gain academic readiness for kindergarten, but also self confidence and expanded social skills. He loved his teachers, friends and absolutely looked forward to school days! Finn is now thrilled it's his turn to go and follow in his big brother's footsteps. We've made a lot of great family friends and had a wonderful experience at WNS." - Lawrel Spera, mother of Rowan (Class of 2018) & Finley (Class of 2021)
“He has made leaps and bounds since starting his preschool education at WNS! Ms. Ali and Ms. Kathryn are creative, caring and passionate in their teaching. They’ve equipped my son with the tools to progress socially, emotionally, and intellectually as he prepares for kindergarten."
- Caitlin Ericson, mother of Elijah (Class of 2019)