Kindergarten is a big step in a child’s life, and we want them to feel every small success. 

We believe the seeds of lifelong learning lie in the wonder that characterizes early childhood. We strike a balance between teacher-led instruction and child-driven discovery, allowing students to form questions, seek answers, and represent their thinking based on exploration and research.

Kindergarten students have turned 5 before September 1st.  During Kindergarten students will learn how to read, understand the sounds that letters make, learn to count and subtract, and know how to write simple sentences.  This is one of the most important grades that our students attend as it will prepare them as future learners.