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Educational Philosophy

We not only expect our children to become well-educated; we care that they also become wise. We believe wisdom is not a condition that comes upon us suddenly in our later adult years; it grows up with us.

We are progressive thinkers and believe in teaching the individualities of every child. Our curriculum is based on the following beliefs:

  1. Joyful learning lays the foundation for lifelong learning and critical thinking.
  2. Creativity lacks without passion.
  3. Children learn best when they are engaged in finding out the answers to their questions and when learning is embedded in meaningful contexts.
  4. It is important for us to educate the child on all levels: emotional, social, physical and intellectual.
  5. Students work in the group but think as individuals, expressing their feelings, vocal about their thoughts and contributing ideas freely and openly.