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Our Programs

Our Programs

We believe that schools should be fun, creative, and engaging environments that engender a spirit of joy, curiosity, independence, accomplishment, and developmentally appropriate challenge. Our goals are simple, we want our students to graduate as tenacious learners, responsible community members, enlightened thinkers, and truthful, empowered young leaders. Our academic program is designed, with these goals in mind. Our Lower School program fosters early grade mastery of numbers and literacy skill development, while providing well-balanced exposure to arts, athletics, and STEM-based learning opportunities. Our Middle School program provides advanced skill development across six content areas in a close-knit learning community designed to prepare students for entry into competitive day and boarding schools.

Families of enrolled students are also able to enjoy support from our Health and Wellness and Adult Advocacy Centers. Our dual-generation approach allows children to participate in high-quality early and primary education (PreK-3rd) while their parents participate in leading-edge career-coaching and health and wellness-related education programs- with an eye towards long-term stability and financial success.

Lower School

The Academy invests heavily in its Pre-K to 3 program to ensure that all students are prepared to excel by the 4th grade. Intentional play is the foundation of our Lower School program, establishing the conditions in which...

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Middle School

Our Middle School program is designed to prepare students for the challenges of private high school, by strengthening their academic and social confidence as well as their scholastic independence. Our Middle School Boarding Program allows...

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Irma Rivera Family Center

The Irma Rivera Center (IRC) Adult Advocacy Center was developed in honor of Christina’s mother, Irma Rivera, and serves as the hub of important community programs designed to enhance the quality of life for our students’ families.

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Health and Wellness

We believe that 4th grade is an important developmental milestone when students are able to engage in a broader range of academic, intellectual, athletic, and character-building experiences. With this in mind, our boarding program begins in 4th grade, providing students more time on campus to engage in a range of co-curricular experiences designed to build academic confidence and scholastic independence.

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