Theme: PROJECT Approach to Learning, Leadership, STEAM
Languages Offered: Spanish
School Day: 8am – 3pm
Extended Care: 7am – 6pm
Opened in 1937
Tuition Range: $15,246 - $18,400 Per Year
Average tuition for local Private Schools: $9,165
Merit based scholarships and need based financial aid available at all levels for full-time students. Also, tuition includes before care starting at 7am - and also includes, books, supplies, local field trips, sports participation, snacks and a hot lunches.
32% of students receive Financial Aid
A PROJECT Approach to elementary education. https://www.rohanwoods.org/curriculum/what-project...Woods School uses PROJECT in class to provide in-depth investigations that challenge students to apply skills, knowledge, and strategies from different content areas as they do authentic research, analyze data, think deeply about problems, draw conclusions and present their findings.
Students matriculate through an articulated, structured leadership program that was developed from within, not introduced from the outside. Learning leadership traits, no matter the age level, is in the Rohan Woods DNA.
Physical Education (or “Coach” as it is known to our students) is scheduled every day, for all PK through Sixth Grade students. The goal of the Physical Education Program is simple: to be instructional while building enthusiasm for athletics and fitness.
Our faculty and staff not only know every child’s name – they know each child’s story. They know each student’s strengths and learning styles and are able to design lessons tailored to meet the personal academic needs of our students.
A leadership component is connected to all classes and grade levels. This builds confidence and courage as the students move toward secondary school
Extracurriculars: Outdoor Garden, Sports, Lunch Leagues, After School Enrichment, Boy Scouts, Music Performances
Gifted Education: Because we have an 8:1 student teacher ratio, all our students have one-to-one time with our faculty throughout the day. This gives the teachers time to focus on gifted areas and support challenging areas, too.
Parent Involvement: Active Parents’ Association, Grandparents’ Day, social gatherings and fundraisers throughout the year.