The formative and impressionable years between kindergarten and fifth grade require a true commitment from students, teachers and families to provide each child with a sound academic foundation to develop each child’s unique potential.
Kindergarten through fifth grade curriculum includes strong academic expectations, skills are introduced in kindergarten, grade one and grade two and then applied in grades three, four, five and six.
Integrated independent and cooperative projects, field trips, community outreach, inviting classrooms, and a broad range of teaching materials support the curriculum in each of our classes. Quest classes such as art, music, physical education, library, fine arts and S.T.E.A.M. are offered to encourage the development of the whole child.
Grades four and five benefit from departmentalized instruction in science and math as well as literacy and social studies. Character Education is a focus in all grade levels, with a concentration on principles of Conscious Discipline and conflict resolution.
Throughout the school year, numerous programs and presentations give students the opportunity to exercise their leadership abilities as well as time to practice their presentation skills. We are continually creating opportunities for building confidence and strengthening self-image.
Our experienced faculty works daily to promote academic excellence within a challenging, supportive, and moral environment that fosters the development of mind, body, and spirit.