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The Grades Program (1st -- 8th)

"If you've had the experience of binding a book, knitting a sock, playing a recorder, then you feel that you can build a rocket ship-or learn a software program you've never touched. It's not bravado, just a quiet confidence. There is nothing you can't do. Why couldn't you? Why couldn't anybody?" 

— Peter Nitze, Waldorf and Harvard graduate, and Director of an aerospace company 

 

Curriculum Designed to Meet the Developmental Age of the Student

 

First Grade

First grade is a new beginning: blossoming first graders not only begin academic learning, they also begin learning how to learn. First grade is structured to provide children with ample opportunities to exercise their growing social skills  Continue reading >

Second GRADE

Like waking from a dream, the second grader’s alertness and observation skills are sharpening, and the curriculum supports them in this period of discovering others and the world around them. Continue reading 

Third Grade

For the first time, third graders begin to experience their individuality, and the curriculum is shaped to support them during their time of discovery of their separate self. Continue reading  >

fourth GRADE

Fourth grade signals the end of early childhood, and the dawning of a developmental stage of great independence and awakening to their place in the world. Continue reading >

FifTH GRADE

Just as in the earlier move in curriculum from mythology to history, the fifth grader’s development moves into more confidence, grace, and agility, both physically and socially. Continue reading >  

SixTH GRADE

Sixth grade is a time of great change and new ways of thinking as pre-adolescence takes hold. Continue reading >

SevenTH GRADE

Gaining experience is the desire of the quickly-growing seventh grader, and the curriculum meets them at the intersection of curiosity and intellectual capacity. Continue reading >

EighTH GRADE

Officially the end of childhood, eighth graders are preparing for the wider world that awaits them in high school. Continue reading >

First Grade

First grade is a new beginning: blossoming first graders not only begin academic learning, they also begin learning how to learn. First grade is structured to provide children with ample opportunities to exercise their growing social skills  Continue reading >

Second GRADE

Like waking from a dream, the second grader’s alertness and observation skills are sharpening, and the curriculum supports them in this period of discovering others and the world around them. Continue reading >

 

Third Grade

For the first time, third graders begin to experience their individuality, and the curriculum is shaped to support them during their time of discovery of their separate self. Continue reading  >

 

fourth GRADE

Fourth grade signals the end of early childhood, and the dawning of a developmental stage of great independence and awakening to their place in the world. Continue reading >

 

FifTH GRADE

Just as in the earlier move in curriculum from mythology to history, the fifth grader’s development moves into more confidence, grace, and agility, both physically and socially. Continue reading >

  

SixTH GRADE

Sixth grade is a time of great change and new ways of thinking as pre-adolescence takes hold. Continue reading >

 

SevenTH GRADE

Gaining experience is the desire of the quickly-growing seventh grader, and the curriculum meets them at the intersection of curiosity and intellectual capacity. Continue reading >

 

EighTH GRADE

Officially the end of childhood, eighth graders are preparing for the wider world that awaits them in high school. Continue reading >

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