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St. Kevin School and your child – a great match

Few things are as important in life as giving your children a sound educational foundation. If that’s what you’re looking for in northeast Queens, then St. Kevin School and your child are a great match.

Located at 45-50 195th Street in Flushing, the school is set amidst tree-lined residential streets, making for a suburban school environment close to home in Queens.

From nursery to 8th grade, students receive caring instruction tailored to their age level, not just in English and mathematics, but also in art and music – programs known to produce the “well-rounded” successes of tomorrow.

It begins in their nursery, where little tykes get their first introduction to the alphabet and continues through Pre-K where they learn their letters. By Kindergarten, students are familiar with library books, numbers, seasons and careers. They’ve even learned to write a story.

The learning continues through the grades. By the time your child reaches “Junior High School” grades, they will have been taught much more than just the subject matter for the standardized tests.

They will know of great artists like Cezanne and Picasso and that learning about Shakespeare can be fun. Your child can find his or her way to excel – in cooperative activities like drama, individual efforts in art, or competitive activities like spelling or math bees and other contests.

As part of the Diocese of Brooklyn Diocesan family of schools, St. Kevin also affords your child exposure to the moral and philosophical guidance they won’t get in public school.

Parents rave about the education at St. Kevin. Class sizes are smaller than nearby public schools in Districts 25 and 26 and the school administration is more accessible to parents.

St. Kevin’s web site, www.stkevinschool.org, enables parents to keep up with the latest developments at the school – from class goals to community activities to special menu offerings. It’s like having a parent-teacher conference at your fingertips.

For more information, visit the web site or call 718-357-8110.

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