Language & Literacy
Pre-K 2 students explore connections between spoken and written words through reading and writing.
Children are exposed to numerical relationships, composition, patterning, and graphing.
Children learn to take responsibility for their own well-being, initiate interactions, share with peers, and remain engaged in self-directed activities.
Children use their hands and eyes together to complete complex fine motor tasks. Children participate in sports and practice teamwork.
Pre-K 2 students identify genres of music and use instruments. They create original artwork independently, while studying various artists.
Children use scientific inquiry and observations to make predictions and test solutions. Children classify and categorize objects and design inventions.
Citizens of the World
Children show awareness that each person has unique characteristics, discuss notable people throughout history, and learn Spanish conversational phrases.
Pre-K 2 is designed for children who have completed Pre-K, or whose birth dates are after the kindergarten cut-off. This program further builds on skills developed in Pre-K, but with additional levels of academic rigor and enrichment opportunities to create higher levels of cognitive reasoning and understanding.