Curriculum

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Great instruction requires a great curriculum. Our curriculum is more than a set of books of a binder of worksheets; it’s a comprehensive and practiced strategy for scholar growth. Our curriculum focuses on the foundational skills—reading, writing, and math—but also includes science, social studies, art, music, and fitness. Scholars in all grades also receive Character Education. We want our scholars to be smart but also respectful, compassionate and productive citizens. Starting in third grade, our classical curriculum introduces the scholars to Latin. Scholars fourth grade and up practice respectfully, persuasively, and articulately expressing their opinions through our debate curriculum—an engaging way to develop critical thinking, emotional maturity, and tolerance.

Over the years, we’ve meticulously planned and revised our curriculum to meet and exceed the requirements of the Common Core. We have a database of detailed and rigorous lesson plans for every lesson in every subject in every grade. Every year it is revised and improved based on teacher feedback and scholar performance. This allows our teachers to know that every day they are providing scholars with the skills and knowledge they need to excel in high school, college, and beyond.

Read more about how we developed our curriculum and why we teach Latin.

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