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Situated in Middlebury VT, Mary Johnson Children's Center is a leader in early childhood education both in the county and in Vermont state. The Center is home to several programs which support children and families. Reflecting the goals of its founders, the Center strives to meet the needs of working parents and families who use the Center to represent the economic and cultural diversity of our community.


School / Office Address: 81 Water Street
Middlebury
Vermont 05753
USA
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The Winsor School, Boston
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Centrally located in Boston, MA, The Winsor School is a leading independent day school for academically promising and motivated girls in Grades 5-12. Its mission and dynamic urban setting make it a distinctive choice for Boston-area families. Year after year Winsor graduates go on to excel at the nation's top colleges and universities. Winsor’s reputation for academic excellence has drawn families for generations. The school encourages and expects the best from every girl. Girls expect no less from Winsor.

Winsor enrolls approximately 430 students from diverse cultural, racial and ethnic backgrounds. They hail from more than 50 different communities in and around the city of Boston.

Our teachers are bright, creative and caring individuals. They make their subjects come alive for students in small classes, with an average class size of 13 students. Nearly 20 percent have taught at Winsor for 20 or more years, and 89 percent have advanced degrees. In addition to teaching, they advise girls and lead clubs and activities.
Day Programs for Academically Promising Girls (Grades 5-12)

Departments and Courses include:
- Classical Languages
- English
- Fine Arts
- History
- Mathematics
- Modern Languages
- Physical Education and Health
- Science

Winsor builds time for clubs—a key part of co-curricular activities—into each student’s weekly schedule. Clubs include community service, Model United Nations, debate, drama and engineering.
Saint Mary Catholic Elementary School
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Preschool through 6th Grade Programs:

- St. Mary’s uses a curriculum approved by the Diocese and offers the students a well-rounded educational program

- Subjects include: Religion, Language Arts (Reading,Writing, Spelling, Phonics & Penmanship), Mathematics, Science, Health, Social Studies, Spanish, Music, Art..
Landmark School, Beverly
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Landmark school is accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges and the Massachusetts Department of Education.
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- Middle School Program
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Farm & Wilderness Foundation, Plymouth
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Situated on the outskirts of Coolidge State Forest in Central Vermont, Farm & Wilderness Foundation operates six residential summer camps and one day camp serving children ages 4-17. Our Day Camp program is for kids ages 4-10, while our traditional residential camps are designed for boys and girls ages 9-17.

At Farm & Wilderness summer camps, we focus on community, home grown fun and living closely with the natural world.

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The definition of success at Infant Jesus takes many forms: academic, athletic, social, individual and communal. Academic success includes outstanding academic performance involving effective writing, reading enrichment, and mathematics. Athletically, we offer challenges for students who enjoy fun and competition.

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- Core Academic Subjects
- Reading Enrichment
- Foreign Language
- Daily Religion Classes
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The Derryfield School
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The Derryfield School is an independent, co-educational, college-preparatory day school for grades 6-12 in Manchester in Hillsborough County, NH. For more than 40 years, Derryfield has provided an environment where students learn and grow to be their best selves. It starts with academic programs for grades 6-12 that engage, challenge, and support students; small classes where nobody falls through the cracks; and teachers who do more than teach - they inspire.

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College Preparatory Education Programs for Grades 6-12:

- Middle School programs:
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- Upper School programs:
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