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Welcome to Our Elementary!

Serendipity Elementary is a nurturing and engaging learning environment that celebrates both the child and the magic of childhood.

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Engaging Curriculum

Our teachers utilize best-in-class curriculum, programs, and educational resources as they work to create classroom environments where students are actively engaged in the learning process. Our challenging and enriched curricular programs are carefully selected for their pedagogical strengths and ability to support our teachers in delivering exciting hands-on experiences, deep and meaningful learning, content and subject mastery, and differentiated instruction that maximizes each student’s potential.



Instructional Strategies

The teachers at Serendipity School utilize a variety of instructional strategies to engage each child throughout his or her educational journey including discovery/inquiry-based learning, questioning and critical thinking, cooperative and collaborative learning, discussion and debate, hands-on and project-based learning, and creative learning through modeling, music/dance/song, art, and role play/simulations/drama, and adaptive processes for differing learning styles/multiple intelligences.


Differentiated Instruction

As a progressive model of early childhood and elementary education, Serendipity School believes that it must focus on education that addresses the individual needs of each student. All students come to our school with vastly different personalities, interests, backgrounds, strengths, and challenges. Learning styles and abilities are dynamic and vary significantly from child to child. An optimal approach to teaching our students rests in our talent to see and appreciate students for who they are and to find the means to address and meet these unique characteristics. We, therefore, endeavor to access and implement a differentiated curriculum, for which our teachers have undergone significant training.


Growth Mindset

Serendipity School students say, “I CAN!” Students begin, early on, to study the way their brains work, to understand that their minds are growing things (not fixed), and to work toward developing healthy mindsets that allows for the following:

  • Commitment to ongoing personal growth and self-improvement
  • Positive self-image and self-talk
  • Productive goal-setting
  • Perseverance in the face of challenges and setbacks
  • Perceiving mistakes as opportunities to learn and improve
  • Acceptance and implementation of constructive feedback

The study of growth mindset creates classrooms of students who are happier, more supportive of themselves and one another, unafraid to take risks and accept challenges, and ultimately more successful.

Core Curricular Subjects

Co-Curricular Subjects

Camp Quest

Social & Emotional Learning