We see things
a bit differently...
We encourage students to become active, global citizens of the 21st century who value life-long learning. Our mission is to promote critical thinking and inquiry through the use of teaching practices that reflect a deeper connection and understanding of the world. We aim to transform students into reflective and active participants in their local and global communities.
Our students soar to new heights
Signs your child might have a learning disability
Jennifer C. Roig M.Ed
A learning disability is a neurological disorder that interferes with an individual’s capability to store, process or produce information. Beginning at preschool age, take note if your child has begun to demonstrate difficulties with language development, fine motor skills, or interacting in an age-appropriate manner with peers. A child with a potential learning disability may experience anger, frustration, and low self-esteem while trying to master various skills. These feelings arise from the child who is attempting to complete a task, communicate their ideas, or write, however accomplishing these tasks can be cumbersome.