Our early childhood curriculum provides a space for exploration, discovery, and critical growth that lays the groundwork for a lifelong love of learning.
Children develop language in a number of ways, such as journaling, blending sounds, and public speaking. Our language arts curriculum helps students begin to master these skills with engaging activities.
Measuring and counting, sorting and building—these math lessons foster our students’ curiosity about numbers, shapes, and patterns they see in the world around them. By touching and manipulating a rich array of objects, children learn all the quantitative concepts they will need for future problem-solving.
Who am I? Where do I belong? How are we alike? How are we different? Early social studies lessons help students know themselves, their families, and their role in their classroom and our school community. Over time, they glimpse the rich, diverse world we share.
In science, students explore their natural curiosities and discover a sense of wonder. Both in and outside the classroom, a simulating environment inspires curiosity, hones the impulse to observe, question, and experiment, and helps children construct a richer understanding of the natural world.
Learning is a lifetime pursuit, and so much depends on a child’s emotional and social readiness to learn. In these critical years, we nurture those emotional dispositions most conducive to effective learning: self-control, responsibility, communication skills, problem-solving, and respect for others.