A school made just for young children
About Corlears School
We celebrate each child’s talents, learning styles, and identities in an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect.
Project-based learning experiences encourage young minds to keep asking questions.
Literacy, quantitative reasoning, scientific inquiry, problem-solving, artistic expression, social and emotional learning, and social justice are incorporated into every child’s course of study, at every age.
Toddlers in our Roots program learn skills related to: language, math, science, art, and daily living, while also enhancing fine, gross motor, and sensory development. We offer Caregiver & Me and Gentle Separation classes.
As they build relationships with other children and teachers in the classroom, students in the 2s–4s begin to see themselves as trusted and capable beings, which establishes a foundation of learning and confidence for everything to come.
Kindergartners are bubbling with new thoughts and ideas, and our teachers integrate social studies, science, math, art, and technology to foster a growing understanding of how everything in our world is interconnected.
With decades of experience in early years education, our Elementary program provides space for children in 1st through 5th grade to develop into young leaders ready to make a difference in their community.
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Core Values to Believe In
The core values at Corlears School are the guiding principles that shape how we communicate and collaborate as a community. By naming what we value, we are committing to what we believe is at the core of our school’s mission.
We’re building a school and a community where children learn to see things from multiple perspectives and think about diverse life experiences. With its values at the core, Corlears students cultivate curiosity about people, compassion for humanity, and grow to take responsibility and courageous actions to create communities of belonging.
With the guidance of expert faculty working in partnership with our Assistant Head of School and Director of Equity and Inclusion, Corlears students develop positive identities, celebrate differences, advocate for justice, and take action.
Conversations about identity, race, and social justice are integrated into daily school life here; in our classrooms, in our play areas, at every community event, we aim to create a community of belonging.