The School Curriculum reflects
our strong commitment to academic excellence. In addition to the traditional subjects of Reading, Language Arts, Math,
Science, Poetry, and Social Studies, students take classes in Art, Computer Studies, French, Spanish, Music, and Physical
Education. Our program also includes a variety of extracurricular activities including Choir, Cubs, and Taekwondo.
Striving to develop each child's ability to observe, record
and interpret the world they live in, the art program seeks to enable students to "see" the world through artist's
eyes. Our Art program challenges students to use their developing skills to engage in creative problem solving.Computer Education
Computer skills are taught throughout the School in regularly scheduled classes. Technology is integrated at
all grade levels across the curricular areas of Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Math through a variety of software
programs. Word processing and keyboarding skills are taught. The Internet is used for research and online projects
at every grade level.
In an effort to prepare our students for both academic pursuits using languages
and for career and social involvement in our global community, we offer Spanish classes.
The Language Arts program
seeks to strengthen each student's communication skills. The sequential curriculum provides daily experiences in listening,
speaking, reading, and writing. Students are encouraged to express ideas orally and to listen effectively in all areas
of Language Arts. Reading is taught through a variety of approaches, and children are encouraged to read with different
purposes. Reading and writing are taught as interdependent skills throughout the grade levels. Vocabulary building,
grammar, and the mechanics of language are presented as integral parts of the language arts program. Communication is
basic to every area of learning; therefore, language arts units are often correlated with other areas such as social studies,
science, art, and music.
St. Cyprian's School recognizes the impact that early learning experiences have
on students' perceptions of themselves as mathematical thinkers. Therefore, the school considers its mathematical learning
environment critical: students should feel a genuine curiosity about the problems they encounter and should approach tasks
with confidence and delight in their abilities.
include numeration and counting, plane and solid geometry, measurement, operations, and data analysis. The application
of mathematics in realistic contexts is heavily emphasized; social studies, science, and language studies are integrated frequently
in math lessons.
Daily devotions. Our goal is that all students will gain both understanding
of the relevance of the Bible to our lives today and personal insight into making responsible decisions.
enriches and delights every child in ways related to his or her stage of development. In addition to the general music classes,
third, and fourth, grade students have the opportunity after school to participate in the choir.
The Physical Education
program provides every student an opportunity for skill improvement in a developmentally appropriate environment.
conduct lessons in the classroom. Many methods are used to capture the students' natural interests and curiosity, including
demonstrations, guest lectures, art, activities, observation of wildlife habitats, written and oral reports, research, and
The social studies curriculum is primarily concerned with developing each student's
awareness of self and his or her place in our ever-changing world. Content is drawn from the basic social science disciplines
of history, geography, political science, economics, and sociology. The program is integrated into other curricular
areas through encouraging the development of a more global view in each student's approach to life.
We take pride in
our strong academic reputation. We have eight (8) forms:
Each form can accommodate a maximum of 35 students.