A place for growth
Our curriculum emphasizes the natural world around us, and we use our campus for field studies, science teaching and outdoor play. Students, faculty, and parents all work to maintain the gardens and fields, building relationship, sustainability, and play skills.
A two-acre, state-recognized bird sanctuary was established by the third and eighth grade in 2008.
Our students have built a village in the woods surrounding the campus, where students create structures from found materials, make the rules and have the freedom to pretend.
Allows for nature studies, bird observations, and artistic inspiration.
The organic gardens are tended by students and teachers, who experiment, observe and learn from the garden methods.