Student & Parent Testimonials
Tesseract is for the progressive, smart, special child that is destined to change the world – and can only do so through a thoughtful and individualized education that focuses on exploration of many broad subjects that include advanced academics – especially in technology and science – but also brings back the often lost skills to truly make it in a global setting: speaking, engagement, writing, and manners. You treat the WHOLE child – not just a part.
– A Tesseract Early Childhood parent
“I loved participating in the Crocodilian Case Study at the Phoenix Herpetological Society. It was a fantastic learning experience where we worked with animals and performed hands-on science activities.”
– Hannah Ivester | Student
“Tesseract school is special because the educators and staff help us learn and work through our toughest challenges. They don’t tell us the answer but help us work it out for ourselves. Even though other schools can be boring, Tesseract makes learning VERY fun!”
– Elliott Crabtree | Student
“As a long-time family, we have never been more certain about choosing Tesseract for our children’s education. Our boys have flourished from the individualized and hands-on learning approach led by an outstanding group of passionate and caring educators. They love going to school every day where they feel challenged, safe and welcomed by the warm community.”
– Donna Cleinman | Tesseract parent of 4th grader and 7th grader
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Please note, that although we attempt to include all student and faculty accomplishments, we are not responsible for omitting any submission that was not received in time for publication or did not meet our criteria to qualify for publication.
Isabella Biggs and Andrea Yang
Middle School Students in Instrument Competition
AMEA (Arizona Music Educators Association)
Orchestra! Isabella will be performing on her viola and Andrea will represent on her violin. Bravo Isabella and Andrea! You can come enjoy Isabella and Andrea’s skill at Show Low High School in Show Low, AZ on February 22, 2014.
Written by: Ameliya Anseth
Jojo Raia, Griffin Raia and Ava Ganz
Lower School Students to perform in Charlotte’s Web –
Desert Stages Theater
Three lower school students, Jojo (3rd grade), Griffin (Early Childhood) and Ava Ganz (1st grade), are so excited to be participating in the Desert Stages Production of Charlotte’s Web. Jojo is thrilled to be the lamb, Griffin the farmer, and Ava plays a baby spider. They will be performing on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Congratulations students!