In addition to the core courses outlined below, your student will be automatically enrolled in two live classes: ethics and social-emotional learning. Ethics will meet in live virtual classes twice a week, and social-emotional learning will meet once a week. Neither class has homework.
English Language Arts
Kindergarten ELA begins to develop students’ reading skills through daily phonemic awareness, phonics, print concepts, and decoding work. Students will learn how to identify characters, settings, and major events in a story, all contextualized in authentic texts. Projects include writing about communities and finding patterns in the real world. Students will be given multiple opportunities to practice their foundational skills when thinking and communicating about texts.
Students will learn introductory concepts of physical science, life science, and earth science. Students will begin to investigate their world and develop questions based on their observations. They will employ ST.E.M. skills through virtual labs, interactive activities, collaborations, simulations, and project-based activities. Kindergarten students will learn to ask and answer scientific questions about natural patterns, living things, and the impact they have in relationship to each other and their environment. Using the scientific method, students will define simple problems, analyze data, design sketches and models, and use evidence to construct arguments and communicate solutions.
This course introduces kindergarten students to America’s historical figures, symbols, and holidays. In project-based units, students will explore globes and maps by making their very own treasure maps. Students will also explore the concept of jobs and money by writing a résumé that highlights their special talents.
Kindergarten Math focuses on the basics of counting to 100, simple addition, subtraction, measuring, and shapes. Students will engage in projects that utilize learning in useful ways, such as creating a number book and measuring and weighing an item to ship to a family in need. Students will practice skills in both offline and engaging online activities and in game-based practice.
Course content subject to change.
Quick Checks (auto-graded assessments to gauge understanding)
Math In Focus K e-text
Math In Focus Digi +
Pearson ReadyGen Library e-texts:
HMH Science Dimensions K e-text
HMH ScienceFusion Virtual Labs
HMH Science Dimensions You Solve It Simulations
BrainPOP Jr. Interactive Activities
Discovery Education STREAMING Videos
MyMath Digital Resources
Legends of Learning Games
Tier 1 includes:
Inscription: $1,800 USD
Monthly tuition for ten months: $300 USD
Additional tutoring required
Tier 2 includes:
Inscription: $3,200 USD
Monthly tuition for ten months: $250 USD
Additional tutoring available