We think of our Lower School students as young learners, but they’re also authors and illustrators, mathematical acrobats, scientists, world explorers, and time travelers.
Our curriculum is defined by its richness and depth. Our students study politics, commerce and dramatic arts, make Trojan horses in woodshop, and travel to New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. The result is a web of meaningful connections—and a sense of mastery.
It is this same mastery children find in art, math, and in language arts, as they become active and critical readers, equipped with strategies to engage evermore challenging works. Spanish is introduced in Kindergarten, and students are immersed in the language through fifth grade. Our extracurriculars provide even more opportunities: to study American Sign Language, play sports with the Early Risers Basketball Clinic, to sing with the chorus, or perform with the orchestra.