We’ve learned through years of experience that children need to be grouped according to all of the following maturities: cognitive, social, physical, and emotional. Our experience has shown us that young students placed ahead of their chronological peer group frequently find themselves at a disadvantage later in their development in one way or another.
Our academic program recognizes that students acquire academic skills at different rates and in different ways. We’re committed to challenging each child appropriately at all grade levels. We present children with activities and materials that allow a full range of challenges and experiences.
When making the important decision of when to enroll a child in kindergarten, we ask parents to think beyond their daughter or son’s “readiness” for their earliest school years, and consider their child’s development at all ages, including early adolescence and the teen years leading into college, and the quality of the college experience itself.