As students advance to the Lower School, with increasing maturity and sense of responsibility, their foundational skills will be solidified.
Students also learn mathematics and develop their problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
Health and physical education, as well as co-curriculur and extra curricular activities are arranged to enhance students' social values and character development.
The curriculum focuses on extending their literacy skills through the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Basic concepts and skills of science, social studies, and arts are integrated into students' literacy and numeracy skills.
To further connect them to the world outside of the the classroom, a third language is provided. The education of world languages (Chinese and Japanese) at this age level raises awareness of different cultures.
And the hands-on experiences with our school Co-op enterprises, which consist of in-class Junior Achievement-based courses and after-school Hoog Noy Shop operation, encourages students to be active learners and young entrepreneurs.