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Grab your coffee and join us for a virtual conversation about the 22-23 school year.

 

Tuesday, Nov. 9 | 9 a.m. | Lower School (grades 1-6)


We believe children deserve to spend their days in a learning community where they are known and respected, not for who they may become, but for the people they are today. Our curriculum, activities, and expectations are specifically designed to honor the developing minds, bodies, and hearts of our students. When children's ideas and questions are taken seriously, their intellectual inquiry is boundless. 

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Thursday, Oct. 7 | 9 a.m. | Kindergarten


When students begin kindergarten they come with varying experiences. We take into consideration each child's social readiness, gross and fine motor skills' development, and language, math, and reading abilities. Learning matters and so does fresh air and time to play. Our full day program allows opportunities for students to go outside multiple times every day. Children are given the space to create, negotiate, pretend, engage with the natural world, and immerse themselves in imaginative play.

 
Thursday, Oct. 14 | 9 a.m. | Preschool, Pre-K, TK


We believe that school should be a place where children feel safe and nurtured and are able to learn at their own pace. In our Preschool program, our days are designed to encourage children to explore their surroundings both inside and outside the classroom. Our Pre-K curriculum provides play-based instruction that engages young children and provides consistent opportunities for meaningful learning. Serving as a bridge to Kindergarten, the Transitional Kindergarten program provides the “gift of time” for younger students to engage in a rich, early educational experience.
 

Thank you to all who joined us on the playground on Saturday, Oct. 16 for our "Fall in Love with Kindergarten" event. It was so great to see you!

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