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A Blend Between Traditional and Flexible Learning

The transformative learning process at Thrive Learning Center is designed to help children grow both in and out of the classroom. Each day is filled with opportunities to experience new educational and social situations to further development. Our teachers create a safe and open setting, where they can guide children in exploring the world around them. Our approach is based on children's needs and interests, and respectful of each individual's rhythm and cadence of development.

We provide a daily schedule that creates opportunities for children to learn the essential skill of balancing work and deadlines, while including necessary time for play and exploration. Our schedule includes time and space for students to dream big, create, explore interests, imagine, play, and grow socially and emotionally. 

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Academics

In a multi-age classroom, children get the instruction, enrichment and intervention they need based on individual strengths & weaknesses rather than age. It reduces the pressure to "keep up" with your peers because everyone is learning at a different pace. 

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Teenager

Elementary

We are excited to welcome kindergarten through 5th grade children to our elementary program! 

We provide an integrated blend of science and social studies concepts into our math, reading, writing, content at a developmentally appropriate level. 

As younger children, they are able to demonstrate their learning through curiosity, play, socialization, and project based tasks.

*Kindergarten children must be 5 by September 1st, 2021 to enroll this year. 

Middle School

We are excited to welcome 6th through 8th grade students to our middle school program! 

We provide an integrated blend of math, reading, writing, science and social studies content. 

Our flexible schedule allows an abundance of time for students to work on a project they are passionate about to demonstrate learning. As older students, they are able to do this through interest based choices, strengths, and projects that are not available options in traditional schooling.