Our art program introduces the students in the first through eighth grades to many of the concepts of art.

These classes are held once per week. The program includes artistic perception, such as observational skills and creative expression.

Each week, the main focus includes some or all of the elements of art. Students of all grades participate in age-appropriate projects designed to be challenging and develop a sense of accomplishment.

Projects include basic drawing, collage, painting, and perspective drawing. 


The robotics program is a gateway to the future, where young minds are introduced to the fascinating world of technology, engineering, and innovation. This program teaches students about robotics and cultivates critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills, making it a cornerstone of modern education.

At its core, our robotics program demystifies the complexities of technology by breaking down concepts into manageable, engaging lessons. Students learn the basics of programming, engineering, and design through hands-on activities that make abstract concepts concrete. By building and programming their own robots, children see firsthand how theoretical knowledge translates into real-world applications.

The program is incredibly engaging, capturing the imagination of students as they bring robots to life. This excitement drives a deeper interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects, as students are motivated to understand the underlying principles that make their robots work. Robotics projects provide a sense of accomplishment and joy, fostering a lifelong love for learning and discovery.

One significant benefit of our robotics program is the development of problem-solving skills. Robotics challenges students to think critically and analytically as they troubleshoot issues and optimize their designs. They learn to approach problems methodically, testing different solutions and learning from their mistakes. This iterative process teaches perseverance and resilience, valuable traits in both academic and personal pursuits.

Creativity is another cornerstone of the robotics program. Students are encouraged to design and build their robots, which allows them to express their ideas and innovations. Whether they create a robot that can navigate a maze or one that can perform a simple task, the possibilities are limited only by their imagination. This creative freedom empowers students and enhances their confidence in their abilities.

Collaboration is a key element of robotics education. Working in teams, students learn to communicate effectively, share ideas, and collaborate on projects. These teamwork experiences are essential for developing interpersonal skills and understanding the value of diverse perspectives. Students also learn to manage conflicts, delegate tasks, and support one another through collaboration, preparing them for future collaborative environments.

It also helps students develop technical skills that are increasingly important in today’s digital world. By learning to code, understand sensors, and work with various tools and materials, students gain a practical skill set that will serve them well in their future education and careers. These technical skills are complemented by a deeper understanding of how technology impacts our daily lives and society.

Field Trips

Our field trips are windows to the world, transforming learning from textbooks and classrooms into vivid, hands-on experiences that ignite curiosity and excitement in young minds. These excursions are more than just a break from routine; they are vital educational opportunities that bring lessons to life and create lasting memories.

Field trips offer students the chance to explore new environments and experiences beyond their everyday surroundings. Whether visiting a local museum, a historical site, a zoo, or a nature reserve, these trips immerse students in real-world contexts, making abstract concepts tangible and accessible. Seeing a dinosaur skeleton in a museum or observing animals in their habitats at a zoo can deeply enhance their understanding of science, history, and geography.

One of the greatest benefits of field trips is the engagement and excitement they generate. Children are naturally curious; field trips tap into this curiosity by providing direct, sensory experiences. The sights, sounds, and hands-on activities encountered during a field trip make learning dynamic and interactive, fostering a deeper connection to the subject matter.

Teachers and chaperones are crucial in maximizing the educational value of field trips. They prepare students with relevant background information beforehand and follow up with discussions and activities reinforcing what was learned. This preparation and reflection help students connect their field trip experiences and classroom studies, deepening their understanding and retention.


Our music program, which features drums, piano, and guitar classes, is a dynamic and enriching environment where young students can explore the power and joy of music through hands-on experiences with diverse instruments. This multifaceted program offers a unique blend of rhythm, melody, and harmony, captivating students and fostering a deep appreciation for music.

The presence of drums in the program introduces children to the foundational elements of rhythm and percussion. Drumming sessions are immensely fun and enhance coordination, timing, and motor skills. Students learn to keep a steady beat, understand complex rhythms, and experience the thrill of creating music together in drum circles. This rhythmic foundation supports cognitive development and improves focus and discipline, benefiting students academically and personally.

Piano classes offer a gateway to understanding musical theory and harmony. The piano’s layout provides a clear visual representation of musical concepts, making it an excellent tool for teaching scales, chords, and intervals. As students progress, they develop fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and the ability to read music. Playing the piano encourages independent practice and perseverance, as students work through pieces at their own pace. Additionally, the expressive range of the piano allows students to explore various musical genres and styles, enriching their musical palette.

Guitar classes introduce students to the versatility and charm of stringed instruments. Learning the guitar involves mastering chord progressions, strumming patterns, and fingerpicking techniques. Students gain a sense of accomplishment as they play popular songs and create their own music. The guitar’s portability and wide use in contemporary music make it an appealing instrument for young learners. Playing the guitar fosters creativity, self-expression, and a sense of achievement, as students see their progress from simple chords to more complex compositions.

The combination of these instruments in the music program offers a holistic musical education. Students experience the interconnection between rhythm, harmony, and melody, understanding how different instruments combine to create cohesive music. This comprehensive approach enhances their technical skills and deepens their appreciation for the art of music-making.

Moreover, the program promotes collaborative learning. Ensemble sessions, where students play drums, piano, and guitar together, teach them the importance of listening to one another, synchronizing their playing, and contributing to a group performance. These collaborative experiences build teamwork, communication skills, and a sense of community among students.

Music teachers in this program play a crucial role in nurturing young musicians. Their expertise and enthusiasm inspire students to explore their musical interests and push their creative boundaries. Teachers provide personalized guidance, helping students develop their unique talents and encouraging a lifelong love of music.


We have our own library stocked with over 4,300 books in various genres for our students to enjoy. 

The library is more than just a collection of books; it’s a sanctuary for curiosity. Here, students can travel to distant lands, meet fascinating characters, and explore different cultures and ideas, all without leaving the comfort of their school. It’s a place where the seeds of lifelong learning are sown, encouraging students to think critically and creatively.