We believe that teachers and students are active participants in shaping the educational experience in our program. The students have hands on experiences with people, nature, art, and music, events, and ideas. The students' interests and choices are at the heart of our program.  Teachers offer physical, emotional, and intellectual support to help students gain knowledge, develop creative problem solving skills, and become lifelong learners.
The students take the first step in the learning process by making choices in their projects and following through on their plans and decisions. Our program takes in to consideration that each child develops at his/her own pace and we use 58 key developmental indicators to measure each student's individual progress


“Give students something to do, not something to learn;  and doing is of such a nature as to demand thinking; learning naturally results.”

Education is a social process; education is growth; education is not preparation for life but is life itself.”

- John Dewey 
American Educator and Philosopher 

Curriculum - Embedded in our Families and Community

Our Values:
🔅Appreciate childhood as an unique and valuable stage
🔅Base our work on knowledge of how children develop and grow
🔅Appreciate the bond between the child and family
🔅Children are best understood through family, culture, community, and society
🔅Respect dignity, worth, uniqueness of each individual
🔅Respect diversity
🔅Children and adults achieve their full potential through relationships


Three Ohana Mornings are held for families to work with their child on small group activities they have done in that particular trimester.  Teachers are available to share information with the families and answer questions.
Semester Celebrations are held at the end of the semester.
This involves parents viewing their child’s work posted around the classroom, a slideshow of the children’s experiences and projects. This is a time to individually ask teachers questions.