“I felt good when I finished my long chains. My mom knew I finished it and she was happy. I got a pencil from Mrs. Pettit for finishing. My favorite part was that I did it all by myself."
~Ted, NPCH Student
"I'll never forget my first visit to NPCH.
I was struck by the busy little bodies, all working with each other. While my daughter was swept away by one of the older students to pour rice, I sat with the teacher for a full 30 minutes without interruption. Incredible."
Mother of four NPCH Graduates
"I remember volunteering at my first Thanksgiving Feast. It was a blast! The kids wore their pilgrim and Native American hats. They were so excited and proud to be part of this wonderful tradition. My kids looked forward to this as much as Thanksgiving Day itself."
~Jodi, Mother of three NPCH Graduates
"When I visit NPCH, I still like the
challenge of map tracings. You have to find the state you’re interested in, trace it, remember the name and replace it. It’s awesome.”
NPCH Graduate ‘05
"I looked around at so many schools, and nothing came close to NPCH, especially because of Marla and Al. I was so lucky to find NPCH for my son."
Mother of an NPCH Graduate
"We loved the school because Marla and Al share our values of hard work and respect for others. When these values are ingrained
in children at a young age, you're off to a great start!”