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The Children's School's 50th Anniversary
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The Courage to Innovate
As The Children’s School enters our sixth decade, our mission and purpose have never been more urgent or necessary. Confronting a global pandemic, TCS stands confident and committed in knowing we already know how to “do school differently,” reimagining engaged learning in a physically distanced world by offering on-campus and remote learning options without losing the challenging academics and nurturing environment that make up the foundation of TCS.Explore Academics
Immersive project-based learning at The Children’s School is an experience that transcends books, classrooms and our campus. We design projects around real-world problems facing our community to help students learn in a more meaningful way.Learn More
"During this time of change, I find confidence in the learning materials and teacher support, the continued fostering of learning, and the tight-knit community we have at TCS."
– TCS Parent
A deep relationship between students and their teachers is the key to intellectual and emotional growth and learning. TCS’s expert teachers challenge students to become their best selves.Meet our Staff and Faculty
Maryann Walker Jernigan: Celebrating 42 Years of Dedication to The Children’s School
[metaslider id=4292790] For 42 years, Maryann Walker Jernigan, first-grade teacher at The Children’s School, has nurtured and challenged our students.…
The Preschool Through Grade 8 Journey With TCS
The Children’s School’s preschool through grade 8 school structure recognizes the importance of these years and intentionally designs learning programs…
The Challenge of Project-Based Learning Prompts TCS Students to Ask Questions and Find Answer
At The Children’s School, our project-based learning (PBL) approach not only gives our students hands-on lessons and real-world learning experiences…