OUR PROGRAMS

The academic program at Tree House Academy places an emphasis on every aspect of student growth and development, while meeting state requirements. Suitable class sizes and exceptional, qualified teachers allow us to offer a comfortable and inclusive educational environment, while ensuring each student receives the individualized attention and support they need.

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Little Tree House

Infants in the Little Tree House program pursue an early childhood stimulation curriculum built upon six pillars: Literacy, Art & Sensory, Physical Development, Montessori-style Learning, Music & Rhythm, and Social & Emotional Development.

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Young Learners

For many students, the Young Learners Program will be their first experience with structured learning in a school. Here is where we build confidence, develop a solid foundation and attitude towards reading, and understand what it means to be high in character.

Elementary

Tree House Academy’s Elementary program is designed to supplement our students’ learning with an American curriculum focused on nurturing well-rounded individuals. This program is provided for students as an after school supplement to their learning.

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Black Sheep

The Black Sheep program provides students with an immersive learning experience that strives to eliminate traditional elementary learning's rigidities and inefficiencies. The Black Sheep program consists of out-of-the-box classes and activities that range from computer programming to health and nutrition classes. Black Sheep is a full-time program currently running from Grade 1 to Grade 4.

Extra Curriculars

For all our Tree House Academy programs, we proudly offer students the opportunity to explore different learning avenues. We believe that learning takes place in many ways, and by allowing students to explore their interests, we will enable them to grow into themselves. Tree House programs try to break down students' boundaries and push them into situations that challenge them.