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In our educational programs for infants to school-age students, our nurturing, dedicated teachers provide innovative, interactive learning experiences. Our STEAM curriculum brings the world into every classroom through project-based learning and a hands-on approach to Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math.
With our Aware, Care, & Share™ program, teachers get to know children so they can plan personalized learning experiences to help develop academic skills (language, math, etc.) and life skills (communicating, making friends, etc.). Then, we share children’s progress with families through Portfolios and Conferences.
Our innovative educational approach strengthens and develops what makes your child exceptional. This focus on the whole child means they build academic skills (reading, math, etc.) and life skills—such as communicating and making friends—to be ready for elementary school.
AWARE: We observe and assess each child to learn their interests and needs.
CARE: We use our observations and assessments to plan a curriculum customized to each child.
SHARE: We communicate each child’s learning and classroom experiences with families.
Our educational philosophy was designed to inspire makers and thinkers. This approach ensures children thrive and develop the 21st century learning skills needed to embark on their future.Learn More
Simply put, STEAM means Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics. This educational approach integrates the arts and sciences throughout classroom areas, as well as in lessons and daily routines. It connects academic skills to practical application so learning becomes meaningful to children’s everyday lives and encourages children to think about what they’re learning in a more connected, holistic way.Learn More About STEAM
Across all programs, our experienced, dedicated teachers adhere to the Cycle of Intentional Planning. Through observation and assessment of children, they are enabled to provide personalized lesson plans.Learn More