Preschoolers and residents at a local retirement home have come together this school year, revealing the power of learning, discovery, and conversation at any age.
Students with strong social and emotional skills are more likely to do well in school, are better at managing stress and have positive relationships with others. Discover six ways you can help support social and emotional learning at home.
Preschool art starts with listening and providing an environment for exploration. Discover what this looks like at SCS and how to create additional opportunities for your child to create art at home!
These books on kindness, recommended by our preschool 3/4 teachers, serve as a wonderful starting point for great conversations with preschoolers on this important topic.
There are tremendous academic skills in addition to social and emotional lessons to be discovered through play. In kindergarten, play is of utmost importance.
What does it mean to be a Reggio Emilia inspired preschool? Discover what a Reggio classroom looks like in action, through a month-long creative project initiated and inspired by preschool students.
The first day of preschool can evoke a wide array of emotion for both the parent and the new preschooler. But being prepared can help! Consider these six strategies for making the transition as smooth as possible.
99% of our graduates enroll in college
1:7 faculty:student ratio
3 the age our students begin lab-based science & leadership skill development
28 high school valedictorians in the past 10 years
80 hours of arts education each week
25 the number of nonprofits assisted by our students each year
14 average class size
7 the number of counties our students draw from
1958 year Stanley Clark was established
45% of our faculty hold advanced degrees
100% of middle school students participate in athletics
1st independent school in the Michiana area