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Parent Testimonials

Parent Testimonials

Proud Parent - Allison Ansel (Midview)
What Allison has to say about LCJVS: "LCJVS gave my son the chance to graduate. He decided to give LCJVS a chance and ended up liking it very much. The staff are amazing people and turn more into family, than educators. They take the time and listen and make plans accordingly."

Proud Parent - Chriss Skiles (Avon Lake)
What Chriss has to say about LCJVS: "I feel that both my sons learned valuable skills to help them after high school. They both have had positive experiences and do well with hands-on learning."

Proud Parents - Mike and Dee Vicha (N. Ridgeville)
What Dee has to say about LCJVS: "Our positive experience at JVS has really been all encompassing. The teachers are invested in our son, specifically Ms. Greer and Mr. Robson, who continue to enable our son to see his potential every day. The support staff, especially Ms. Meadows and Ms. Kiss, have endless patience as they encourage Michael to give his best. Their approach to IEP students like Michael are paramount in our decision to keep him at the JVS for duration of his high school career. The education your child will receive at JVS, over and above the state requirements, from professionals in the industry will be so worth it."

Proud Parent - Janene Ellis-Sutter (Avon Lake)
What Janene has to say about LCJVS: "JVS has given my son a sense of independence and excitement towards his future career. Learning a trade empowers him for his future, rather than just gaining "head knowledge". Stay open minded, JVS isn't just a regular high school education, it's empowering our children with "life skills" that can be used in their immediate future and beyond. Learning a trade/skill does not mean your student may not also consider college. JVS merges regular education with life skills and creates an empowering experience for our students. They are the future!"

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