We are committed to the individual success of each child; regular assessments are conducted throughout the school year. Using both formal and informal assessments, we are able to document learning progress over time and adapt our curriculum to the unique cognitive, social, and emotional needs of each child. Superior Schools’ curriculum is broad, and we offer learning opportunities in the following areas: Literacy Skills, Outdoor Play, Examining Science and Nature, Music and Movement, Creative learning through hands-on experiences, Commitment to Character, Exploring the World Around Us, Numeracy Skills, Technology, Critical Thinking, Phonological Awareness. Program Features: Small-group instruction, One-on-one formal assessments to track students’ progress, group activities to develop social skills, daily communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child’s day.

As part of our curriculum, the teachers in our Early Learning programs monitor student progress throughout the school year. These assessments are designed to evaluate children in different learning domains such as math, literacy, and approaches to learning. Teachers evaluate children through regular observation as well as creating play-based activities to determine a child’s level of competency and proficiency with concepts such as letter and number recognition, identifying and creating patterns, naming shapes and colors, matching numbers to objects, creating number sets, and many other Kindergarten readiness skills.