Leveraging How Children Learn
Targeted Curriculum for Every Developmental Stage
As our students grow, we recognize three distinct developmental stages.
In the earliest years: children learn primarily by imitation and activity, and our early childhood programs use exploration and play as a foundation for independent thought and creative thinking.
In grade school: storytelling and art are employed as teaching vehicles as students develop core academic skills through collaborative problem-solving and group participation.
In high school: subject specialists lead students through a rich array of courses ranging from Projective Geometry to Shakespeare to the History of Architecture. Graduates are truly independent thinkers who are well-prepared for college and the awaiting world beyond.