The Oakridge School

The Oakridge School

“We love that the information in the Nancy Larson Science program is challenging and age-appropriate yet easy for teachers to implement,” said Dr. Schecter.

St. Matthew Catholic School

St. Matthew Catholic School

“The science program does an excellent job of addressing language arts standards through the science lessons.”

Saint Bernadette Catholic School

Saint Bernadette Catholic School

“In our school community, a large number of parents work in high-tech industries. Because of their line of work, they recognize that as the world is changing, science is a critical concept for their children to understand. So they’re very excited and pleased that we made this change because they can see it in what their kids bring home and share with them.”

St. John Neumann Academy

St. John Neumann Academy

“When there is a pattern to learning and excellent classroom management, students retain the material better. I think this program is phenomenal and we love it!”

Alcorn School District

Alcorn School District

The superintendent sought out Nancy Larson Science because it meets so many of Mississippi’s science standards. She expects it will lead to higher scores on the state’s curriculum tests in the fifth grade and beyond.

St. Francis Xavier Elementary

St. Francis Xavier Elementary

Catholic school excited about science program Like many other schools, St. Francis Xavier Elementary School was using a basic science program filled with lots of “fluff.” School administrators knew their previous program was wasting precious time in the classroom. So in 2007 Nancy Larson Science was selected to be the new science program for the […]

St. Peter the Apostle Catholic School

St. Peter the Apostle Catholic School

In addition to an increase in their students’ standardized test scores, the teachers at St. Peter’s have also seen improved comprehension of nonfiction text.

Sacred Heart Grade School

Sacred Heart Grade School

“The content is clearly challenging, but the way this program is developed and written makes it doable for children.”

Immaculate Conception Catholic School

Immaculate Conception Catholic School

Immaculate Conception wanted a science program that would challenge the students in younger grades and prepare them for future studies. The Catholic school also needed a science program that would help boost vocabulary, reading, and writing.