Preparing Students for High School, College
We make a nine-year commitment to every child. It begins from day one, in kindergarten, setting the expectation that all students will be prepared to attend college. HERE’S WHY IT WORKS:
The K-8 model prevents the learning loss which often occurs in the transition from elementary to middle school.
Our curriculum is built around a strong emphasis on math, reading, science, and social studies—the foundation for college readiness.
Students take a nationally-recognized test three times a year.
Teachers use test results to establish academic growth goals, track progress, and develop student learning plans.
Students develop the work habits and study skills needed to be successful in school and in life.
Critical life skills—integrity, perseverance, compassion, and courage—are an essential part of what kids need to succeed, and an essential part of what we teach.