From Our Parent Community
We started at ASB in January of my son's kindergarten year, five year ago. I was nervous moving mid-year, but it was the best thing we could have done. He received welcoming letters from his new teacher and classmates over winter break, prior to even starting (I now understand that sort of thing is typical at ASB). He seemed more comfortable within days of starting than he ever did at his previous school. Teachers are smart, energized and have great support teams so they are able to do extra. Each grade has a consistent curriculum and the hand-off to the next grade is really smooth. It is clear that the teachers, aids, specialists and staff are all working together. I also love the Buddy Program. Students from older grades are paired with a student from a younger grade. They meet regularly during school and do small projects. My children love their buddies. It is so sweet. They really build a friendship and it seems to help them all feel connected.
ASB did not skip a beat transitioning to at-home learning due to COVID-19, adding Zoom sessions and restructuring school days and the spring calendar in consideration of both teachers and students. Communication has been prompt in response to the fluid situation. We feel so fortunate our three girls have been formed by this loving school community. Our oldest daughter has made the transition to high school so confidently and successfully because of how well prepared she was at ASB.
Assumption St. Bridget has been amazing for my family. We joined the ASB family when our boys were in 3rd & 4th grade. ASB made their transition very smooth. Both boys have loved every minute. The academics are rigorous and the teachers help all students achieve their potential. I have volunteered for the last 4 years, running the School Store. It gave me a wonderful chance to connect with the Staff and parents. Our family also grew deeper in their faith through our journey. ASB will always be a special place for our family.