We encourage children to think outside the box.
OUR PROJECT-BASED PROGRAMS ARE BASED ON 21ST-CENTURY LEARNING, LIFE AND CAREER SKILLS.
PROBLEM SOLVING & CRITICAL THINKING
CREATIVITY & INNOVATION
INITIATIVE & RESILIENCY
COLLABORATION & LEADERSHIP
PUBLIC SPEAKING & COMMUNICATION
COMMUNITY & CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY
We believe that is is imperative students are prepared for success in the global economy and challenges of life in the 21st century.
We believe that the entrepreneurial nature of children emerges when they express interest in setting up their first lemonade stand. Empowered by the ability to earn their own money, and motivated by ambition and creativity, they are positioned to turn their ideas, dreams and passions into real businesses.
creative writing - in partnership with amore learning
Whether your child is an avid writer or you hope they will become one, Amore Learning promises a fun, imaginative, and confidence-building time in Creative Writing! Designed to reach elementary school writers of all enthusiasm and ability levels, this program will allow each writer to create a portfolio of unique pieces. We focus on having fun while boosting writing skills in a warm, nurturing, and exciting environment, all for the love of learning!
Our supplemental school support tutoring services are aligned with Common Core State Standards and are designed to motivate children and to acquire and strengthen the skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. We also offer one-on-one coaching in entrepreneurship development.
Scratch is a programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations -- and share your creations with others around the world. In the process of designing and programming Scratch projects, young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.
Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. It is available for free at http://scratch.mit.edu
Financial literacy, though critical for life and career success, is rarely taught in middle and high school. Many parents fail to teach their children important money skills essential for personal and professional stability and success in the 21st century.
U.S. schools are more likely to offer classes in how to start and run a business to older students, signifying a missed opportunity to foster economic energy among younger students.
— 2016 Gallup-HOPE Index / Read Full Article