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Young Fives

Children enter school with a variety of experiences. We offer options to meet their individual needs. Younger learners who turn 5 between April 1 and September 1 may consider our Young 5 program. All students, including those in Young 5 kindergarten, must be five years old on or before September 1st.

We created Young 5 to support younger learners who may benefit from a transitional year. Children adjust to the social and academic demands of school in a fun, hands-on environment. Young 5 provides ‘the gift of time’ so younger learners can succeed in Kindergarten. Teachers help them develop social, motor and academic skills necessary to prosper in a regular kindergarten class. Students who complete their first year in the Young 5 program will be promoted to the regular kindergarten program the following year.

If your child is ready for a more rigorous program, then Kindergarten may be the right choice. Kindergarten moves at a faster pace than Young 5. Children should enter Kindergarten with the basic personal, social, emotional, motor and academic skills necessary to succeed in school. We know it can be a difficult decision, so we provide options to help you choose what’s best for your child.


English Language Arts

English Language Arts

English Language Arts

Children learn to identify and sound out letters and words. Retelling stories helps children learn to communicate clearly, and build active listening skills. Writing skills progress from letters to simple phonetic spellings.




Children learn basic number concepts like counting, number value, and basic addition using real objects. We study and identify shapes to build geometry skills. Students also learn the days of the week, and how to use money.




Building on their natural desire to explore, children learn how to identify and use their five senses. Using their senses, they observe and gather information, studying themes like plants and animals. As young scientists, they describe similarities and differences found in the natural world.

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Learning about communities, students discover the roles and virtues of good citizenship. We practice these skills in the classroom and community.




Children study art, music, physical education and technology.

Somos más que lo académico

Corazones y mentes fuertes impactan al mundo de maneras sorprendentes. Virtudes como el respeto, la perseverancia, la compasión y el valor son esenciales  para lo que los niños necesitan para ser exitosos y una parte esencial de lo que enseñamos. Las hacemos parte de todos los días escolares. Esto ayuda a que los estudiantes aprendan la importancia de tomar buenas decisiones y hacer lo correcto en la vida. El enfoque moral está tan integrado en todo lo que hacemos que…

  • Hemos creado un currículo específicamente con el enfoque moral en cuenta.
  • Celebramos “la virtud del mes” todos los meses.
  • Nuestros estudiantes crean un contrato para su clase donde se ponen de acuerdo sobre como tratar a su maestro y a ellos mismos.
  • Los estudiantes son reconocidos y celebrados por como viven el enfoque moral todos los días.

Padre de NHA

¡El plan de estudios de enfoque moral es increíble! Mis hijos están aprendiendo cosas que estamos tratando de enseñarles en casa. Estas enseñanzas están siendo reforzadas aquí en la escuela de maneras divertidas y creativas.

Virtudes Mensuales

Insignia de Sabiduría


Usa el buen juicio para tomar decisiones

Insignia de Respeto


Trata a otros como te gustaría ser tratado

Insignia de Gratitud


Aprecia la amabilidad y generosidad de otros

Insignia de Auto-control


Maneja tus emociones y comportamiento para mantener la calma

Insignia de Perseverancia


Persiste durante las dificultades hasta que alcances tu meta

Insignia de Valor


A pesar del miedo, haz lo que tú crees que es lo correcto

Insignia de Motivación


Motiva a otros para que confíen en ellos mismos

Insignia de Compasión


Ayuda y cuida a otros durante sus tiempos de necesidad

Insignia de Integridad


Haz lo correcto, honorable y bueno

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Spotlight: Plymouth Scholars Donates 450 Items to Mott Children’s Hospital

Students and staff at Plymouth Scholars held a fundraiser in which they brought in a new box of colored pencils, markers, coloring books, or sketch pads. All items were donated to the University of Michigan Mott Children’s Hospital.
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