We believe that all students are unique, have talents, and can learn through a variety of experiences. We believe that Direct Instruction in our early grades is the best way for our children to learn to read and develop necessary language skills. Once a solid foundation is in place, instruction connects concepts and builds skills so that students can read fluently to learn.
We also believe that all students should have access to the arts, athletics, and other extracurricular programs that develop life skills, encourage leadership qualities, foster self-motivation, and promote pride and success.
We further believe that the home and community working together contribute to the total development of our students. We want parents and partners to share in our vision to help us develop an education for life for our students.
We realize that we can only achieve our goals by addressing the needs of our students. Each student needs a classroom that exemplifies the best in learning, positive relationships, and is culturally relevant. Our scholars need a place where they can meet high expectations for academic performance and feel the joy of learning. They need a place where they feel loved and supported. They need access to opportunities that will develop their leadership skills, and experiences that will prepare them for high school, college, or career.