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Lower School

The Lower School curriculum reflects high academic standards, and our faculty is dedicated to giving each student the opportunity to discover their physical, creative, social, and academic strengths.

Social and academic skills are inextricably linked, therefore we strive to create a respectful, safe atmosphere where students can explore interests, take responsible risks, and develop academic skills. Dedicated faculty members work together in our state-of-the-art facility to create an engaging curriculum, rich with opportunities for deeper thinking as students develop key twenty-first-century skills: communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.

Developmentally appropriate, coherently sequenced, and integrated curriculum.

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Development of critical thinking and creative problem solving, collaboration and communication skills, curiosity, and imagination.

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A compassionate school environment that values personal responsibility, diversity, and openness to different points of view.

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Collaborative projects that engage students in a variety of learning experiences that encourage making connections, building understanding, and taking ownership of learning.

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Experiential learning and enriching experiences through on and off-campus opportunities.

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