Look Inside the Classroom
We meet each student where they are to nurture the whole child’s academic, social, physical, emotional, and spiritual growth. Our students explore information, make meaningful connections and solve problems both collaboratively and independently. We prioritize academics, but we also celebrate successes and perseverance because we believe children learn best through active learning and positive reinforcement.
Going Beyond Core Competencies
Students can become avid and curious readers when they read a wide range of high-quality, increasingly challenging texts. Using a multi-sensory approach, we help students articulate their ideas both in conversation and in writing. Students practice writing daily, progressively mastering their written skills and applications.
Staying Active Every Day
Unlike a lot of schools, our kindergartens have physical education every day. Research suggests that structured physical activity has positive influences on concentration, memory and classroom behavior. Data also shows a positive relationship between physical activity and academic performance.
Mixing Science into 2nd Grade Art
Though this video features slightly older students (2nd grade), it's a good example of how our curriculum combines multiple subjects into one lesson, even at very young ages. Lower School art teacher Ms. Renwick teaches her about atmospheric perspective, color blending, narrative, and the science behind the Northern Lights.
Adjusting to the Virtual Classroom
Though this video features slightly older students (1st grade), it's a good glimpse of how we helped students adjust to a virtual classroom and maintain a sense of community, despite physical distancing.
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