By creating a small, nurturing atmosphere, each child is respected as an individual. They develop a sense of belonging, self-worth and mutual respect
“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.”
Glenwood Country Day School is an educational preschool program for children ages 2 through 5. Our programs are centered around individualized and multi-sensory instruction. We can do this because we keep our class size to a maximum of eight children per class. Children experience learning in a fun and interactive way. Allowing their natural curiosity to grow into knowledge and preparation for a lifetime of learning.
Two’s and Three’s Program
Young children learn with all of their senses. Our program uses a multi-sensory approach to create hands-on experiences for the children to explore and discover their environment. Read More
Kindergarten provides your child with an opportunity to learn and practice the essential social, emotional, problem-solving, and study skills that they will use throughout their schooling. The development of self-esteem is one of the important goals of Kindergarten. This is the process of helping your child feel good about who they are and confident in their ability to tackle the challenges of learning.
Glenwood Country Day School’s Kindergarten is a time for sparking and directing you child’s curiosity and natural love of learning! Read More
Pre – Kindergarten Program
The Pre-Kindergarten program provides a nurturing atmosphere where children learn to be curious, creative and questioning. Read More
Transitional Kindergarten Program
Transitional Kindergarten is a transitional year between Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten. The purpose of Transitional Kindergarten is to give children the extra time they need for development if they are to be successful in school and as total persons. Read More
Pre-First is a transitional year between Kindergarten and First Grade. The purpose of Pre-First is to give children developmentally young but academically advanced another year to refine their social skills.
One of the most important goals of this program is that children feel accomplishment and a sense of self-worth. Classes are smaller and instruction is given in smaller chunks. Developing confidence in each child’s ability is the heartbeat of this program. Read More