Philosophy

Practice Practice and repetition which is natural in children leads to the mastery of skills needed for success in school. We want children to take risks, explore, create and experience challenges so they can gain self-confidence and self-esteem.
Learn A creative and stimulating play-based developmentally appropriate curriculum exposes children to a variety of experiences with a variety of materials, in a variety of settings with a variety of people. We want children to learn at their own pace in their own way.
Accept We provide a safe environment where children feel accepted and loved, as Christ loves us. In turn, we want children to learn to accept others. This means allowing others to voice their feelings and using words to resolve conflicts.

Yield

Children learn best when they listen and follow instructions. We want children to keep their hearts open and tender to Christ’s teaching and yield to His authority. Teaching children how to make choices when they have them and how to yield when they do not have choices, is an important part of school success.