If you’re coming to Cedar then you’re in for an experience that’s unique to Cedar alone. Cedar has this way of showing you that what you want is important to them. Here you’re treated as an individual – every time I think of Cedar the one sentence that goes through my mind is “you choose what you want to do and we’ll adjust our schedule to make sure you get it.” The teachers here aren’t just working to get you ready for an exam, they’re there to help you really understand the subject.
A lot of you will have noticed that Cedar really knows how to talk the talk – all those promises, all those extracurriculars, all those things Cedar’s telling you to look forward to. Let me tell you this: I loved all of those too, and they were part of why I came to Cedar – and I wasn’t one bit disappointed. Cedar knows how to walk the walk, just as well as it talks the talk.
If I was to describe Cedar in two words I’d say friendly and caring. I realized this when one of the counselors came up to me and asked why I was dropping a particular subject. I told her it was too difficult, I couldn’t do it and that it was messing up my other subjects. She told me she wasn’t going to let me drop it, but also motivated me to keep it going. She didn’t have to do that. She chose to take out time to talk to me, help me and motivate me to go on with it, telling me she knew I could do it – and that’s Cedar for you.
Cedar really is the experience of a lifetime, and one that’s unique to Cedar, and Cedar alone.