Exploratory is a favorite part the schedule for our third- through fifth-graders! They have opportunities to join together as a community and explore new topics with hands-on experiences. They may study weather patterns through art and science or learn about current events through STEM activities and even dance parties.
Avid young students may need learning guidance as their minds develop, and we support learners of all types at the Kahn Teaching and Learning Center for Pre-K to 8.Learn More
Education comes to life in grades 3 to 5 with hands-on learning that turns concepts into experiences. Students go beyond the books with interdisciplinary learning opportunities, promoting confidence, public speaking skills, and creativity.Learn More
In the third through fifth grades, our students begin to develop lifelong skills and confidence through the third grade Wax Museum, fourth grade Fantasy Storytelling Festival, and the fifth grade Science Fair. Hear about the importance of project based learning from their teachers, Julie Fine and Jamie Massey.Learn More
All Darlington lower grades teachers and teaching assistants are Orton-Gillingham Classroom Educator trained. This advanced training draws on developmental neuroscience to provide an optimal education experience. Meet them!Learn More
The lower grades daily schedule is built around the way students naturally learn. Longer time between transitions and highly engaged teachers allow students to see projects through from start to finish while deeply exploring the subject matter with freedom and confidence.Learn More