A great education is much more than a rambling cluster of attractive brick or stone buildings, fine landscaping, and a familiar brand. Scholastic roads are multifaceted. From elementary education with our first crayon-based progress reports to cooperative PTA meetings, strife-filled gatherings with locals Boards of Education, to state standardized tests, we progress with the intent to succeed. Our experiences are diverse. All said, however, the often understated and variegated appearing goals of all students, parents, and guardians are very similar – quality education, success and a rich life for the next generation.