Elementary Education

Elementary School Model – Grades K2-4 

K2 through 4rd grade are self-contained classrooms, with the classroom teacher teaching all academic curriculum.

Upper School Model – Grades 5 & 6 

  • Scholars rotate between Humanities (ELA, Social Studies and Religion) and STEM. 
  • 1:1 chromebooks


We utilize NWEA MAP testing three times a year. This tool provides us with baseline data in the fall, progress monitoring data mid-year, and year end data – all intended to measure scholar growth. Teachers and scholars use these adaptive and standards-based results to modify lessons and set academic goals throughout the year.


Our champions and scholars worked together to develop a set of community-wide expectations and beliefs. We strive to live out the C.A.R.E.S. mantra each day!

We are a COMMUNITY of ACHIEVERS who RESPECT ourselves and each other. We work towards EQUITY, INCLUSION and keeping our community SAFE!

Explore our Curriculum

We follow the Massachusetts State Standards when planning our units and lessons. Explore what standards apply to your scholar here.

Extra-Curricular Offerings

National Elementary Honors Society

National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) members showcase these qualities:

  • Scholarship: works hard and tries their best (grades are all A’s and B’s).
  • Responsibility: trustworthy and able to handle tasks.
  • Leadership: knows right from wrong and stands up for others.
  • Service: helps others without being asked.

Student Council



Girls on the Run

Flag Football