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Educational Options: Day Schools
, Grade Level: Elementary School
, Grade Level: Middle School
, Twice Exceptional: Asynchronous Dev.
||Steppingstone School for the Gifted (Farmington Hills, MI)
||Steppingstone School is dedicated to addressing the unique, individualized, and often-asynchronous developmental needs that face many gifted children in the elementary age group. By nurturing and supporting gifted children through academic, social and emotional development, Steppingstone believes that the child's chance of success can be greatly enhanced. Steppingstone's mission is to provide an environment that will enable our students to become confident, generous, and inquisitive learners who will have the foundation upon which to become leaders.
||Contributed by: Parent on 4/20/2007
My child attended Steppingstone from Grade 2 through Grade 8. It was the best decision that I ever made. He is now in High School and with the preparation given to him at Steppingstone is a very successful student.
Contributed by: Parent on 8/20/2006
This school has been the absolute right fit for my daughter. I have seen her blossom in her first year at the school and look forward to seeing what will happen in the upcoming years.
Contributed by: Parent on 5/25/2005
Excellent environment for the gifted child. Opportunity to work at an appropriate level of challenge while providing structure and expecting accountability. Creativity encouraged! Students are given many opportunities to develop leadership skills and explore interests through extensive during and after-school offerings in art, music, and foreign language. Warm, family atmosphere and small class size.
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