"Learning is child's play" is a great way to describe our approach to early childhood education. Classrooms are designed to provide opportunities for growth and learning through avenues of safe, teacher-guided exploration.
“Me, my family, my school and the world around me” are the points of concentration in early childhood --- beginning with and building on the child's innate desire to see the world with him or herself at the center. Hands-on learning is the preferred method of instruction in our early childhood division.
The Early Childhood department educates children from pre-kindergarten through kindergarten (ages range from two through six years of age).
The goal of the program is to provide students with a comprehensive curriculum, while preparing them in the following developmental areas: language, communication, math, science, critical thinking, social, emotional and physical development.
Learning takes place in a nurturing environment designed to educate the whole child. The students engage in a variety of hands-on activities and lessons across all academic areas while being encouraged to explore, create and think critically. The teaching methodology evolves and adapts to the changing needs of the students.