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Primary Program – Ages 3-6

Our primary program recognizes this stage of life as the beginning of control and coordination of mind and body. Learning revolves around tangible experiences. Children use concrete materials to learn math, movable alphabets to explore language, and cubes, cylinders and other objects to categorize, find special relationships, and more.

Curriculum includes:

  • Science and nature
  • Music and movement
  • Sensorial activities
  • Practical life skills
  • Language arts
  • Mathematics
  • Cultural awareness
  • Geography

Early Elementary Program – Ages 6-9

We challenge each and every child at his or her own level. In our Early Elementary program, students are given the time, resources and materials they need to master material if it proves difficult for them. Advanced students are presented with appropriate challenges to excite their minds. All students are inspired to learn about their world. There is no curriculum ceiling at NRGLC; we have no bored students.

Curriculum includes:

  • Language arts
  • Mathematics
  • Geometry
  • Zoology
  • Botany
  • Matter and Astronomy
  • History
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Art
  • Music
  • Physical Fitness

Upper Elementary Program – Ages 9-12

The Upper Elementary curriculum is designed to be responsive to the social, emotional, and academic needs of students ages 9-12 years old or those children in grades four, five and six. Developmentally, children this age become stronger abstract thinkers and the curriculum continues to accommodate their developmental changes. As their competency and capacity for independence grows, Upper Elementary students take on more responsibility for their studies. Learning life skills such as time management and project planning are woven into the routine of their days. The students arrange the details of field trips, make decisions about research and study topics, and maintain the atmosphere of the classroom, all under the watchful eye of the teacher.

Curriculum includes:

  • Language arts
  • Mathematics
  • Physical and Life Sciences
  • Cultural Studies
  • Practical Life
  • Art
  • Music
  • Physical Fitness

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