After attending a classic private school for years, we transitioned our daughter to DFW PAC so she could further pursue her passion in performing arts, specifically singing and acting. We were initially tentative as to how our high school freshman would adjust to her new non-traditional scholastic life of performing arts and a home school curriculum. It has been just a little over half a year and I have to say that we are very pleased with her overall development! We have not only seen improvement in her music and acting, but also in dance which she had not taken since she was very young. Having all four of the arts has enhanced her stage presence and confidence tremendously! In addition, she has been introduced to the demands of a flexible, individually-paced curriculum that have continued to challenge her. We have seen her maintain an A average and also become more responsible by taking ownership of her studies. Most importantly, our daughter loves the school and the family-like atmosphere she is surrounded by. We would highly recommend DFW PAC to any child looking to pursue their passion in the arts!
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