Top Rated School in Freehold, NJ
Ideally, a child’s curriculum should reflect who they are as an individual. Our educational philosophy embraces the idea that children are naturally curious, and that their curiosity should guide their learning. This is how a child becomes engaged in what they learn and confident in their own abilities to learn. Each child’s curriculum is led by their interests, with teacher guidance along the way. Children are exposed to materials that grow more and more challenging, which stretches their capabilities, helping them reach their fullest potential.
The Best Community School in Freehold, NJ
To ensure that your child’s curriculum is attainable, yet challenging, we consider the following factors:
- grade level
- current skills and knowledge
- growth potential
As children learn throughout the year, we evaluate what they’ve learned and compare it to their educational goals, making adjustments as necessary to ensure continual progress. Children are unique individuals, with their own particular strengths, weaknesses, likes and dislikes. At Voyagers’ children aren’t made to fit into a particular curriculum, rather their curriculum is designed to fit them. As interest in a topic is a strong driver of learning and retention, it plays a key role in the curriculum assigned for each child.
How Voyagers’ is Different
We’ve pulled together the best aspects of a wide variety of educational methodologies to create a learning environment that’s like no other. Our students grow academically, but since we focus on the whole child, they also grow emotionally, becoming strong, independent learners who are confident in themselves and compassionate towards others. We’ve merged the following educational styles into our curriculum at Voyagers’:
- Reggio Emilia – project based, child led
- Montessori Schools – child centered, play based
- Waldorf – play based approach combined with structure & routines
- Holistic Education – each child learns about themselves as a person. They learn how they fit into the natural world and into the community
- Socratic Seminar Method – teaches critical thinking skills
Students are also exposed to:
- foreign language
- music and more
We’re Your Neighborhood School
Over the years, Voyagers’ staff and children naturally grow close as they spend time together, which makes each graduation a bittersweet event for all. While it’s difficult to see children we’ve seen grow into wonderful young adults leave our school, we’re also proud to know that they’re walking towards a bright future. As strong and confident goal setters, our graduates will be an asset wherever they decide to go, whether that’s the workforce, as business owners or even the political sphere, we know they’ll do great things! If you’re ready for your child to experience Voyagers’ Community School, we’d love to talk to you.
Contact us today and find out how to get started.