Our youngest scholars are eager to learn and grow. That’s what makes our jobs so rewarding. At every grade level, our students explore engaging topics that challenge and inspire them.
Students not only read, but also discuss and collaborate with each other, working toward a greater understanding of literature and its value. We see writing as more than a skill: it’s a toolkit for self-expression. Our students learn to take pride in what they write and learn more about themselves while doing it.
For first- through fifth-graders, our innovative program takes math beyond the textbook—and the classroom—to develop an instinctive feel for numerical and spatial relationships.
In our social studies program, we encourage students to explore the rich diversity of human experience and to feel empathy for and connection to other people.
Whether they’re in labs or out exploring nature, students learn to think critically, seek explanations, and to apply what they’re learning to solve authentic problems.
From an early age, our students begin to study and appreciate the breadth of cultures and languages that make up our world.
Our immersive arts curriculum gives students the freedom and confidence to express their creativity in different ways every day.
Whether it’s in art or writing, math or science, our students embrace the process of hands-on learning, working both individually and together to solve problems that demonstrate what they know.