I credit School One with giving me a head start on life, on getting to know who I was and having the freedom to follow my heart’s desire.
Michael John Carley ’83
I haven’t yet found words to describe what it’s like going from a near-outcast in one educational setting to a heralded prodigy in another.
Karen Owen Talley ’86
It was the respect and individualized education I found at School One that set me on a positive path.
Elicia Castaldi ’97
School One tore down every pre-conceived belief I ever had about what school had to be like. It taught me to make my own path, to live life passionately, and to be ME.
Allysen Callery ’87
Before School One, music was something I had in me, but took for granted.
Seth Lepore ’92
Before School One, I was trapped in a public school system that was more about surviving and social status than getting an education.
Patty Bowman ’98
School One’s teaching method was interactive and all encompassing, inspiring me to actually want to learn and participate.
Rafay Rashid ‘09
School One’s environment didn’t stifle originality or creativity. There was a higher emphasis on learning.