As the parent of a child who has always struggled to find where he fit in, I am thankful every day for DFW PAC. Not only is my child happy to attend school (for the first time ever), he feels that he has a school family that accepts him for who he is. He is challenged not only academically, but also in the arts, and he is growing into a confident and talented performer. He chooses to be at PAC because he loves the teachers, loves the students, and loves the PAC family. Without PAC, our lives would be much harder where school is concerned. PAC has offered my son a place to be what he wants to be- a student passionate about music. It has enabled him to find friends who feel as strongly as he does, and a whole group of parents who cheer him on to be successful. The opportunities that PAC offer to my child cannot be replicated- he is so lucky to be a part of this amazing group.
Since graduation, Mason's transition to college has been great. Because of the independent skills he has gained from the unique learning environment at DFW PAC, transitioning to College has been a breeze. More so--an individual experience, from contacting the registrar, help desk and academic advisors to finding his way around campus, with virtually no parent. Furthermore, after his first two weeks of college, he has already had the ability of knowing how to direct message his teachers, or seek them out personally, and feeling uneasy to ask the professor for help if he is having difficulties or would like feedback. These confidence-building, independent skills were not gained by my older two public school graduates.
I will forever feel grateful of the education that my son received at DFW PAC