We began our journey at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School when our oldest son, Cade, was entering the PreK2 program. We were unsure of our future plans for our boys’ education. Cade is now in Kindergarten and Brock is in PreK4. Now we have a plan. It is to keep our children at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School.  We feel EDS is our home. It is the best option for our three boys. Our youngest son, Dax, will be enrolled at EDS in coming years.

There are so many reasons why we have chosen to stay at EDS. One of the biggest reasons is the teachers. I am amazed frequently by what the boys learn and the actions of the teachers. We LOVE the teachers. We feel that each one truly wants the best for our children. They have, in their own way, made a lasting impression on Brock and Cade. There is no better feeling than knowing that they are in a nurturing and fun learning environment.  EDS teaches much more than academics. The teachers here reinforce problem solving and proper social interaction with adults and the children’s peers.

The small class sizes combined with the Christian environment, and the hands on teaching approach sealed the deal. The small class sizes are by far one of the biggest assets of the school and allow for more individualized learning. Our boys thrive here. We believe our sons’ time at EDS will prepare them for the future and help them grow as adults.

Brett and Cherie Cascio,

Parents of Cade and Brock

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