Academic Life

Our students are encouraged to be productive, resourceful, educated and self-directed in school work, play time and home time.

Our teachers are well-versed in the varying learning styles of our students. Evaluations of each student's strengths and learning style are conducted annually. In each classroom, the skill being taught for mastery is being taught in varying ways to address the best method for each learner to assimilate the skill and apply it to his or her own work.

The curriculum of the Presentation School is designed to be a total body of services and/or experiences planned and directed by the school educational staff at three levels: instructional, organizational, and interpersonal.

Our curriculum, including the day to day life of the school and its activities, is designed to educate not only the mind, but the heart as well. The Presentation community creates situations and environments for active learning, emphasizing independent decision making, ethics/morals, and values in an integrated approach to education. The core curriculum includes, but is not limited to:

  • Reading/Literature
  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Health Education
  • Fine Arts
  • Social Studies
  • Foreign Language
  • Science Education
  • Applied Arts
  • Physical Education
  • Performing Arts
  • Faith Development
  • Emphasis on Critical Thinking
 

Watch a short video about our school.

 

Love Learn Lead

Love

Demonstrated by a learner who:

Is faith-filled
Possesses self-awareness
Builds community
Demonstrates kindness
Embodies the values of love, gratitude, respected, service and integrity

Learn

Demonstrated by a learner who:

Thinks critically
Thinks creatively
Communicates effectively
Solves problems collaboratively

Lead

Demonstrated by a learner who:

Serves others
Communicates respectfully
Articulates ideas clearly
Speaks up for others