Because it is our mission to provide an excellent school program in which children are able “To increase in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man;” we teach our students that we increase in wisdom by expecting teachers and students to do their best in learning––and we measure success one student at a time.
Our students graduate with the academic and social skills needed to put them on track for college preparation. Educating the whole student is not just a catch phrase, it is how our students succeed.
These curriculum-linked, developmentally appropriate outings provide the opportunity for experiential learning not ordinarily available in the classroom. They range from learning about animals at the zoo, to conducting experiments at the Lawrence Hall of Science, to studying physics as they enter the wind tunnel at iFly.
These outdoor outings are incorporated into our yearly curriculum because we believe that children benefit from intimate knowledge of the natural world, a knowledge gained by experiencing the outdoors, first hand. The World of Nature is “God’s second book,” and the treasures stored within its pages are invaluable. Our outings range from a leaf walk down our country road, to exploring stream life, to a week long outing in Yosemite National Park.
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