Junior School

Junior School Program

Students in the Junior Program (Junior Kindergarten & Senior Kindergarten) are exposed to a wide variety of subjects and their natural curiosity is encouraged to help them gain knowledge of the world and the truth of things. Preparation for later critical thinking is facilitated by emphasizing order and by providing a predictable and consistent learning environment. The Junior Program’s core subjects of mathematics and language are carefully structured to help young students develop their ability to think logically. A well-rounded education is provided through the other specialty subjects, including French, art, music, physical education and science. Students learn sound study skills and work habits in each area.

Language Program

Graduates of the Kindergarten program are able to:

  • write using printing
  • spell common words
  • spell common irregular words
  • read short stories using the phonics method
  • read for comprehension
  • identify vowel and consonant sounds
  • construct proper sentences

Mathematics Program

In the Kindergarten program, the students develop an initial understanding of and begin to put into practice the following concepts:

  • patterning
  • counting
  • graphing
  • sequencing
  • ordering
  • sorting
  • measuring
  • designs using tangrams
  • currency use up to $1
  • comparison and matching

Download JK curriculum outlines

Download SK curriculum outlines