The Christ School is dedicated to providing the best education for the next generation. We are committed to not only improving the way we help students acquire knowledge but we also focus on the skills we help them develop. Our teachers understand that teaching is both an art and a science; durable learning is realized when children become critical thinkers and creative problem-solvers, they are effective communicators, and engage in constructive collaboration with their peers – these are the 4Cs of 21st Century learning.
Teachers at The Christ School help students to embrace a growth mindset where experiential learning and productive struggle are a part of the daily routine; our teachers spend less time giving answers and more time developing problems. They understand the importance of tapping into a child’s natural curiosity. At The Christ School, our teachers know how to explain things in a variety of ways to a range of students; they teach to a variety of learning styles and are passionate about helping students reach their full potential.
It is the integration of these components that ensures upward growth and improvement for all
learners. We invite you to explore the key elements of our academic structure for durable
learning at The Christ School.