We believe young children are strong, competent learners. We foster children’s natural curiosity and interests, challenging them through hands-on, play-based activities to build their foundation for school and learning.
On our natural playground, students create, build, and deconstruct in forts, sand pits, stages, slides, and much more. Drawing on the connection between brain development and muscle development, this space challenges young children’s minds and bodies.
With the understanding that in order to learn, children must feel confident and cared-for in, our teachers get to know each child as an individual, as well as their family members who become partners in their child’s experience.
As many children’s first experience with school, we strive to equip all of our students with the belief that learning is fun, their ideas are important, and that they can impact the world.
Reimagining the traditional field trip by involving children in research practices and the questioning of experts, we venture into our community so children can make new connections and deepen their understanding of classroom learning.
Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), our teachers are held to the highest of standards in current research and best practices in the field of Early Childhood Education.
Each day consists of small and large group classroom instruction time as well as other indoor and outdoor learning environments because we believe learning happens anywhere and everywhere we make room for it to happen.
Our STEAM-inspired outdoor classroom space allows children to garden, work with wood, imagine, create, investigate, and discover.