We Work to Understand Your Kids Needs
We provide a warm and encouraging atmosphere that enhances self-concept, instills basic moral values, encourages social interaction, and enriches awareness of the natural and cultural world. We’re a warm and loving community of middle schoolers, teachers, and parents who inspire imagination, creativity, and play for every learner.
In an environment rooted in respect and compassion, we strive to nourish each child’s spirit and provide a protective space for him or her to grow.
What We Do
We provide an innovative, nurturing and stimulating environment where children develop independence, confidence and a positive sense of self and the world around them. Our curriculum is designed to involve children in experiences that enhance language, literacy, music, movement, art and socialization. Through play, all areas of development are fostered.
Elements of Learning
Our curriculum is based on the research of the most renowned education experts. Designed by our education team, it’s created to support these important early years, to inspire children to be bold explorers today and joyful, confident learners for life. We believe that children learn best through play and are inspired by child based learning. We have several different areas of play in each of our groups.
Feel The DifferenceWhat gives our schools the quality you feel the moment you enter are the “pillars” of belief that support them. There are six core beliefs on which everything centers at our schools.
- Experiential Learning We help children connect with their surroundings in new ways, so they discover what is meaningful to them in the moment and in the future.
- Community A child’s educational success in large part depends on families, educators, peers and relevant members of the community.
- Collaboration Sharing new experiences and solving problems with others leads to a greater sense of connectedness – as well as meaningful learning experiences.
- Proven Models Several important learning models have been developed by educators around the world. The human connection must be a key component of learning.