Unlike traditional, “sage on the stage” models, our teachers focus less on giving students knowledge and more on giving children skills.
Our classrooms are vibrant, living spaces where children capture learning and employ problem-solving strategies to piece together answers to their most burning questions.
We use discovery centers, experiential learning, mind maps, graphic organizers, group work and journals to help children organize their thoughts. We teach children that their minds are powerful and that their voice matters.
We are committed to the process of individual growth and helping children find joy in discovery. Put simply, there is nothing more powerful than giving children the skills to “do it themselves.”