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Play is serious learning
The fact is, children learn better and retain more when they're actively engaged in their education. Through play, we're able to tap into our students' natural curiosity and stoke their desire to learn. So, it's not unusual at TCS for challenging academics to look like play. Students gain confidence and build resilience to keep going in the face of mistakes. And, perhaps most important, they become enthusiastic learners who are always hungry for more.Explore Academics
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
The most important thing I learned at TCS is how much a community can affect your experience. I doubt that I would have loved TCS as much as I do if the community hadn't been as welcoming and kind as it is.
– Hannah, TCS Alum '21
A deep relationship between students and their teachers is the key to intellectual and emotional growth and learning. TCS’s expert teachers challenge students every day to become their best selves.Meet our Staff and Faculty
Extended Day after-school programs at The Children’s School encourage children to explore and expand upon their passions. Age 3 - grade 8 students focus on the arts and STEAM learning!Learn More
Leaders of the Pack: Class of 2023
At The Children’s School, our eighth-grade students are “the leaders of our Pack” because they model confidence, compassion, and demonstrate…
How Does Play Lead to Academic Success?
By Jen Tatasciore, Director of Curriculum Play is the heart of everything we do here at TCS. It drives our…
Nurture, Challenge and the Power of Play
At The Children’s School, we often say “play is serious learning,” and our early-learning through eighth grade school community seeks…