The early years are critical for literacy development. From singing and story time telling in younger classrooms, to phonics and eventually reading and writing in our older ones, your child will develop important literacy skills and a love for reading. Through our literacy program, we focus on sound recognition, reading, listening and comprehension skills in a fun and interactive way.


Early experiences with math help children develop reasoning skills, inventiveness and persistence in problem solving. Our math program introduces number & value recognition, addition & subtraction, measurement, shapes, and patterns through hands-on learning.


Children are natural scientists. They use their senses and special technological tools to observe and investigate their world, recording and analyzing their findings through writing, drawing or taking photos. Our science program allows students to investigate the world around them and to understand concepts through different learning techniques that will help them to make real life connections. 


STEAM Education is an approach to teaching and learning that combines Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math to guide student inquiry, discussion, and problem-solving. STEAM education develops children’s critical thinking skills, as it requires gathering and using evidence to create knowledge or solve problems.


Our social studies domain, integrated in our English program, helps children understand themselves and

their relationships with family and friends. They learn how they are alike or different from their friends and how, as individuals, they can contribute to society.


Our Arabic and religion programs provide fun and interactive activities for students to learn their native language.


Our art and music programs support our curriculum and the topics covered each month. Students sing and draw about the theme of the month in order to have more in-depth knowledge of the information that they are learning about.


Learning a second language supports children’s language development and helps them learn about other cultures. Our French program introduces our students to simple vocabulary, phrases, conversations and songs.


Our Character Building program develops our students’ confidence, values and ethics in order to become positive and productive members of the society.


Active children become active adults. We show your child fun ways to practice proper techniques for movement, balance and motor skills with plenty of time to slide, climb and run on our age-appropriate playgrounds and gym. Our P.E. program helps to build healthy bodies, healthy habits and boost self-confidence.

English Objectives

By the end of Kindergarten, students will be able to express themselves fluently in English. Students will be able to segment, blend and identify the sounds in spoken words. They will have the ability to use a variety of strategies to read words, sentences and simple texts.

In writing, students will be exposed to various genres and they will be able to put their ideas in drawings and words. They will be able to use their knowledge of sounds and letters to write words and sentences independently.

Math Objectives

By the end of Kindergarten, students will understand that mathematics is a language of patterns and relationships and that mathematical understanding is built through problem solving and reasoning.

Science Objectives

By the end of Kindergarten, students will acquire reasoning skills, analytical thinking skills, and a problem-solving approach which will cultivate their curiosity about the natural world around them.

Visual Arts & Music Objectives

By the end of Kindergarten, students will have developed fine motor skills and a creative thinking approach enhanced by the various art and crafts activities integrated into our curriculum.

French Objectives

By the end of Kindergarten, students will display fluency in French conversational skills and will be able to identify and name various terminologies in French