We Provide an Exceptional Education Every Fun-Filled Day!
See How Our Ascend Curriculum Prepares Children for Elementary School and Beyond
This video was filmed prior to the recent pandemic and does not highlight our new health protocols. However, our exceptional education, fun-filled days and nurturing environment are all still the same!
The Ascend Curriculum
Children don’t learn at the same pace or in the same way. The Ascend Curriculum offers a balance of structure & flexibility and enables our teachers to individualize instruction to accommodate the interests and learning styles of each student. Even our youngest students benefit from Ascend.
As the teachers work with a small group of students on an activity, other students are engaging in fun, hands-on lessons in learning centers throughout the classroom. This allows for personalized interactions between teachers and students. As a result, your child is engaged, supported, challenged, and having fun while independence and creativity soar.
The Ascend Curriculum combines skill-based learning across 9 different learning domains, including literacy, math, science, physical fitness, creative expression, social-emotional development, cultural understanding, technology and language.
The Ascend Curriculum was designed to make creativity soar, to make imaginations go wild and to set children up for a bright future with unlimited possibilities so they can lead an adventurous and fun life!
Additional Educational Options Available
Our Christian and faith-based schools use additional curricula. Pinnacle Curriculum is a faith-based curriculum designed to encourage children to develop their emerging skills in developmental areas while discovering & experiencing God’s love. Abeka Curriculum includes daily lessons in phonics, reading, math, science, foreign language, writing, music, art, & Bible lessons. A primary emphasis is also placed on your child’s positive social development. The message of God’s grace, love and forgiveness is the foundation of all learning in our faith-based schools.