Primary School Curriculum

Our primary school curriculum teaches students the foundations of core subjects and creates a love and respect for learning.

Courses by Grade

Early Kindergarten - Grade 4

  • Language & Literacy
  • STEM Discovery
  • World Discovery
  • Movement Discovery
  • Expressive Arts: Theatre
    Expressive Arts: Color, Shape & Design
    Expressive Arts: Music
  • Language & Literacy K
  • Math Foundations
  • Engineering & Technology Foundations
  • Civics, History, & Science Foundations
  • Linguistics K
  • Movement Foundations
  • Performing Arts Foundations
    Visual Arts Foundations
    Music Foundations
  • Literacy Enrichment 1
    READ 1
  • Math & Science 1
  • Engineering & Technology 1
  • Humanities 1
    Connections 1
  • Introduction to Linguistics 1
  • PE & Sports 1
  • Performing Arts 1
    Visual Arts 1
    Music 1
  • Literacy Enrichment 2
    READ 2
  • Math & Science 2
  • Engineering & Technology 2
  • Humanities 2
    Connections 2
  • Introduction to Linguistics 2
  • PE & Sports 2
  • Performing Arts 2
    Visual Arts 2
    Music 2
  • Literacy Enrichment 3
    READ 3
  • Math & Science 3
  • Engineering & Technology 3
  • Humanities 3
    Connections 3
  • Introduction to Linguistics 3
  • PE & Sports 3
  • Performing Arts 3
    Visual Arts 3
    Music 3
  • English 4
  • Pre-Algebra Foundations or Introduction to Pre-Algebra or higher level
  • Engineering & Technology 4
    Introduction to Science
  • History 4
  • Introduction to Linguistics 4
  • Performing Arts 4
    Visual Arts 4
    Music 4
Please Note:
  • Courses listed represent typical course sequence.
  • Students must take English, history, math, science, and foreign language in grades 9–11; electives can be in any subject.
  • Students must take the same foreign language throughout high school.
  • Students must take science credits in at least two disciplines (biology, physics, or chemistry).
  • In order to graduate, students must take the exams for AP Seminar and AP Research; at least one AP Exam in English, math, and science; and one AP Exam in a course of their choosing.