Why should you choose
School of Innovation
for your child?
Meet Ms. Jenessa
KG/Grade 1 Teacher
We recruit, retain, and develop passionate staff. Our teachers come with a wealth of experience and institutional knowledge. They are carefully selected to match our innovative spirit and curriculum.
Developmentally Challenging Curriculum
Students will be presented with a challenging curriculum that is personalized for them. Leadership qualities will be cultivated to prepare students for success in the future. Students’ individual strengths and interests will be identified and utilized to allow them to reach their full potential. Students will take ownership of their learning. They will set goals and work to achieve them.
Accountable for Learning
Data analytics are used to track key performance indicators for both students and teachers. This creates accountability for learning the indicated standard for every student. This data informs instructional decisions for each student as an individual learner.
Social-Emotional Development Focus
Students learn to be resilient and are equipped with a toolbox of strategies to promote social-emotional health well into their future. These strategies are modeled and practiced daily.
Prepared for the Future
Students will focus on skills required for the jobs of the future, such as writing, data analysis, building interpersonal relationships, flexibility, using advanced technology, and public speaking.
Research has concluded that the strongest indicator of a student’s success in school is the relationship between the student and teacher. This goes beyond even the strength of the curriculum.
Young Entrepreneurs Program
Our students will learn to practice Design Thinking, and begin to understand how to create a successful business.
Strong STREAM Program Curriculum
Students will use STREAM (Science, Technology, Recreation, Engineering, Arts, Math) to learn, innovate, enhance their critical thinking skills and express their creativity. Students will be comfortable with the process of trial and error, and strengthen their ability to communicate and collaborate with peers.
Research-Based Instructional Practices
Instructional practices are based upon the latest educational and brain research regarding how students learn and synthesize information.