At Noah Webster Schools, every student that we meet has something special to offer the world, and it is our job to help shed light onto whatever that may be. From exceeding expectations on standardized tests to continuing their education and attending Ivy League schools, we are overjoyed with the amazing student stories we are able to share with you. Throughout this page, you’ll see a small portion of the countless success stories we’ve witnessed over the years. Whether your child is struggling in school, not being challenged enough, or is not succeeding the way you had hoped, read through these stories—they may open your eyes to what a Noah Webster Schools graduate can achieve.
Noah Webster Graduate Tests Into Honors Classes
J.H. is a student who attended Noah Webster K-6th grade. For kindergarten, J.H. tested in the excelling level and maintained that level throughout her seven years at Noah Webster. Homework habits were established early on and each year the curriculum advanced with her, so she was continually challenged. Upon graduating from Noah Webster, J.H. tested into all Honors classes in the Gilbert Public School District. Currently as a sophomore, J.H. has continued in all Honors classes each year and has maintained a 4.25 or higher GPA.
Noah Webster Grad Offered Scholarship to Harvard University
J.W. is a student who attended Noah Webster from 3rd to 6th grade. He showed exceptional growth in his years at Noah Webster. His teachers challenged him to continue his academic growth and J.W. exceeded every challenge presented to him. With the continued support of the school’s rich curriculum and academic sustenance, J.W. has moved on to secondary education. As a sophomore in high school, J.W. has been accepted and offered a scholarship to Harvard University. His parents are pleased with the educational foundation J.W. received and how this set the foundation for his success. They have returned to Noah Webster to enroll their youngest child; he will be starting kindergarten fall 2014.
Individual Attention and Instruction Proves Successful for L.B.
L.B. entered Noah Webster in second grade and was not reading basic words. He was failing and unable to make academic gains. L.B. was given Instructional Support through Noah Webster and the Special Education Department. He made significant progress 2nd through 6th grade. Due to the assistance he received at Noah Webster, he completed all junior high and high school courses in a public school setting and finished out his secondary education years with high marks. He graduated from high school in 2014 with honors and has been accepted into Arizona State University’s engineering program. L.B. and his parents attribute his success to the individual attention, individual instruction, and high-quality education he received at Noah Webster.
Academic Success Leads to a Confident Boost for Noah Webster Student
E.R. is currently a 6th grade student and came to Noah Webster in 4th grade. She was performing below grade level. During her time at Noah Webster, the teachers and support staff were able to assist her in obtaining success in academics, increasing her knowledge with subjects, and currently no longer needs academic support. In addition, over the last two years, E.R. has managed to reach grade level expectations and beyond. By surpassing all expectations, she is confident with herself and her academic abilities.
From E.R.’s mother, “I don't even know how to thank you. Not only for the change and your attention to all of my concerns. But most of all for everything that Noah Webster has done for E.R. You have no idea what a struggle every year has been for E.R. and it has really killed me to watch her. Our experiences at Noah Webster have been incredible. I probably don't have to tell you, but you have an amazing staff. My biggest regret is that I didn't bring E.R. there sooner.”
From E.R.’s mother, “My daughter E.R. has gone from barely getting by in previous years (even being held back one year) to being on Honor Roll 1st quarter. Her teacher is absolutely amazing. Not only has she brought E.R. so far, but she has also worked closely with me to do whatever we can to help E.R. She has raised her confidence level beyond any expectation. E.R. has also been involved with the "Girls Club" program. This program has really worked wonders with E.R. The teacher has gone above and beyond the roll of a teacher. She has always returned my phone calls/e-mails within hours.”
Thank you to the staff at Noah Webster for making my child feel so comfortable. Starting school mid-year is never easy but he has really come out of his shell this year.
Our son was in Kindergarten this year and he loved it and loved the teacher & assistant teacher. He learned so much through the school year. I am very pleased to have started him at this school. To end this great school year with such a fun water day he so much enjoyed and talked about the whole day.
On the first day of school, while I was walking down the hall, I was kind of nervous because it was a new school. But when I walked in the classroom, I recognized some people I already knew, and that made me feel a bit better. I have learned so many things this year, such as integers, Ancient Greece, and oxymorons. I have also learned things that will help me be a better person. I learned that respect is one of the most important qualities to have in life. My teacher is wonderful. She has empathy (most of the time) for us. She knows what it’s like to be in different kinds of situations, she knows how to cheer someone up, or make them feel regretful (when we misbehave). She understands our problems and gives us advice on how to solve them, whether it’s from personal problems to math or reading problems. We went on a lot of field trips this year. My favorite one was the Water Day field trip at the Mesa Campus! We got to go on different water slides. I had so much fun sliding down the 40 foot tall Rhino slide and high-fiving everyone when I reached the bottom! Everyday has been a different day, which I enjoy. I will always remember my experience in 6th grade here at Noah Webster Schools.