Philosophy

In a natural-learning classroom composed of a multi-aged group of children, children work at their own pace through an open-ended curriculum. Use of specially designed materials during a long uninterrupted work cycle creates an atmosphere of freedom with self-discipline. Social interactions are encouraged through cooperative learning, peer teaching, and respect. In a class where virtues of character are as highly prized as academic achievements, children grow not only in self-confidence, but also in a sense of responsibility.

Upcoming Events

Veterans Day/Teacher Work Day – NO CLASSES

November 10th

Thanksgiving Break – NO CLASSES

November 20th-24th

Ehrlich International Day – Dismissal 12:30 P.M., Ehrlich Campus Only

December 1st

Testimonials

“The teachers and administration are in tune with my child’s specific needs and academic growth. My child is extremely intelligent and the teachers have developed special curriculum to keep her engaged while learning.”


— Parent

“The school focuses on allowing children to retain their creativity in addition to learning traditionally required skills.”


— Parent

“I love the fact that each child is allowed to and encouraged to learn at their own pace. There is no limit to how much they can learn.”


— Parent