Joyful Learning for World Citizenship
Today’s learners are preparing for positions that do not yet exist, using tools not yet developed to solve problems not yet identified. The skills students need now and in the future are critical thinking, creativity, flexibility, confidence, curiosity, adaptability and strong communication, along with an ability to work effectively with others, regardless of differences. These skills are developed at The Island School through engaging, fun, hands-on learning carried out in an atmosphere of love and support.
The Island School also believes passionately in the value of fine art, music, physical education and Spanish as core parts of our curriculum, which are essential to the development of children.
To learn more about our curriculum, download our Curriculum Guide 2012-2013.
The Island School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, disability, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation or other legally protected status in the administration of its education policies, admissions policies, financial aid program and other school-administered programs.