Provide young explorers a safe and nurturing environment to learn about the world around them and develop their minds and bodies.
Early childhood is an opportunity to explore a breadth of experiences, dream of new possibilities, and practice bringing new ideas to life. If seized, this opportunity instills an appreciation of the complexity, diversity, wonder, and beauty that exists in the world. Furthermore, by gaining a head-start in their development, children will be better equipped to absorb, and they will be able to absorb the greater complexity in the topics that they were introduced to early on throughout the rest of their schooling, focus on the right path for themselves in their life by knowing the breadth of opportunities that is out there, and take a leadership role in teams by leading the brainstorming and creative process.
The Discovery World Method takes the format of Discover-Imagine-Create, where the students discover what exists, imagine what could be, and create something new. We develop each child's breadth of knowledge, confidence, and abilities through discovery-driven exploration and creation.
We pride ourselves in being able to design, implement, and continuously improve our innovative education system. We do not rely on centuries old methodologies, as is such with the once cutting-edge Montessori and Waldorf methods. We have thoroughly studied these methodologies and incorporated the aspects that have withstood more recent scientific scrutiny by child development experts while dismissing the aspects that have not.
The Discovery World Curriculum consists of 24 units that teach students about advanced academic, social, and cognitive concepts, while equipping them with critical developmental, self-help, and self-starter skills to excel in the world. Before Kindergarten, our graduates have built a Rube Goldberg machine, started a business, "visited" countries around the world, designed their own country, invented a species, and have incredible self-help skills. In addition to their invaluable experiences, our graduates excel in academics as well; they can read, write, add, subtract, and they understand advanced quantitative, scientific, and social concepts like less/greater than and sets, buoyancy, the different roles and systems in a community, and how the cultures they study are similar and different.