- Strength in the unity and bond formed between family and school.
- Relationships are important. Research shows that positive relationships with adults and peers can help reduce stress, and increase academic achievement, intrinsic motivation and happiness.
- Research says a positive learning environment improves focus, decision making, memory and achievement
Our carefully chosen curricula are interweaving and intentionally spaced. They grow in complexity and reinforce previous learning. Research shows this is how students learn best and remember more. Our method of repeated, spaced exposure is supported by research. This is how the brain is designed to learn. Personalizing challenge within our curricular approach maximizes engagement, motivation, retention and growth. Teachers continuously evaluate each child’s progress, and use this information to refine the optimum balance between challenge and support. Teachers use differentiated instruction, not ability grouping. Research shows this improves learning for all students.