The Kindergarten program offers an opportunity for students to become involved in appropriate developmental activities in a supportive environment. These activities include Science, Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Music, Art, French, story-telling and listening, and organized free play. The program aims to provide the opportunity for the student to develop self-confidence as a learner in a warm, caring and engaging environment.
Parents are invited to be full partners in our daily school life in a variety of activities. We have a consistent and persistent theme of actively encouraging the children to become contributors to the world by celebrating our unique heritage, cultures and experiences.
The Elementary School program of studies is designed to equip every child with the basic learning skills that are required in order to be responsible and contributing members of the school community.
Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and French are the foundations of the school’s academic program. Students in grades 1-5 also receive computer instruction through their regular classes.
In addition, formal and informal opportunities are available for students to express themselves creatively through art, music and physical education, with attention given to appropriate integration of the various subject areas.
Every effort is made to identify and meet individual needs and interests of students; different and diverse teaching strategies and methods are therefore utilized in order to meet this end. A wide range of after-school activities are offered to students from Grades 1 to 5, from Monday through Thursday for each semester, from 14h30 to 15h30.
After-school activities may include, but is not limited to, various sports, arts and crafts, academic support, drama, dance, swimming, computers and more. Activities are generally hosted by teachers, so they tend to differ from semester to semester according to teacher choice and student demand.