Children’s museum exhibits, featured in our discovery room as well as throughout the classrooms, reflect the Lowcountry community, culture and surroundings.
Our enrichment programs provide an opportunity for children to become immersed in the “100 languages” – drawing, painting, weaving, building, writing, dramatic play, singing, sculpting and more – in a fun, relaxing and stimulating environment that includes:
- Children’s museum exhibits, featured in our discovery room as well as throughout the classrooms. Many exhibits reflect the Lowcountry community, culture and surroundings;
- Art studio (including a kiln), where a teacher guides children as they explore, make discoveries and use a wide array of creative media and materials. Using clay, recyclables and other art materials, children create their own masterpieces;
- Spanish, music and art classes. Taught by professionals, these classes are included in your child’s tuition;
- A Christian environment. While our doors are open to children and families from all faiths and religions, we teach Bible stories once a week and say prayers before our meals.