Our unique, nurturing approach will give your child the opportunity to develop into a joyful, confident learner who is prepared for success in school and in life.
FUN WHILE LEARNING
Our approach is based on widely accepted childhood development and brain-based learning research that clearly indicates the deepest, most genuine learning occurs for children through play and fun activities.
We foster the cognitive and social development of each child through fun activities that are lovingly guided by highly trained teachers.
The Goddard School offers:
- F.L.EX.® ible curricula that is child-inspired and teacher led
- Child-focused lesson plans
- Child-centered learning and teachable moments
- Daily activity reports
EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS
We integrate enrichment programs into each day to foster your child’s self-esteem and set the foundation for a well-rounded, healthy lifestyle.
SPECIALLY TRAINED TEACHERS
The Goddard School attracts and retains talented, accredited teachers. Goddard teachers receive ongoing professional development and accredited training through Goddard Systems University (GSU).
EDUCATION THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
Goddard Developmental Guidelines form the basis of unique lesson plans brought to life for your child in fun and imaginative ways.
Our F.L.EX.® Learning Program focuses on developing seven individual Learning Domains:
- Personal and Social Development
- Language and Literacy
- Mathematical Thinking
- Scientific Thinking
- Social Studies
- Creative Expression
- Physical Development
The Goddard School is a participant in a leading national consortium that has developed an approach called the P21 Framework that emphasizes mastery of developmentally appropriate core subject material along with skills that are especially important for success in the 21st century.
Our AdvancED and Middle States accredited program is based on the simple fact that your child has a special and individual learning style. Goddard's professional teachers understand this, and they support the nurturing and learning your child wants and needs for success.