"I feel so much better about this very daunting process. Today's workshop touched on every open issue and concern I have. Having the Parents League of New York as an ally over these next 15 months certainly boosts my confidence."
—Parent of a 1 year old
“I just wanted to thank you for your help in advising me on
my son’s school situation.It was
immensely helpful to me.I am very
grateful that your organization exists!”
of 6 and 9 year old boys.
“My husband and I met you many months ago when we began our
kindergarten interview process.
You gave us some great advice and we found the meeting very
helpful. [My son was] accepted to [first-choice school] and we are thrilled. Thank
you again. Your organization is
rightfully respected and offers an invaluable resource.”
of a 5 year old and a 1 year old
“Thank you for speaking to us about the nursery school
process. We really appreciated
your sage advice, your support and your time. We left our meeting feeling much more informed and confident
that we will end up somewhere we will be happy. “
of a toddler
“Thank you so much for meeting with us last Friday and
sharing your thoughts about the ongoing admissions process. It was enormously
helpful to have someone knowledgeable, but neutral, with whom we could discuss
our questions and concerns. The
coming year will be an adventure for sure, but we are very glad to have met
with you before the craziness begins.”
of a 4 year old
“I wanted to sincerely thank you and the Parents League for all of your help,
especially [advisor]. I had the
MOST lovely conversation with [advisor].
She was extremely patient and insightful, understanding and compassionate,
and I never once felt rushed by her.
Thank you for sending all the PL materials. I received them in the mail today and I am excited to review
all of them this evening.”
of a 2 year old
"I cannot express how glad we are that we were able to rely on your help and inside hints and also how much money we saved. Again thank you to the Parents League for all your great support during our difficult search."
- Parent of a 3rd grade student