“Early childhood sets the stage for the rest of children’s lives, as 90% of brain development occurs by age five. According to the World Health Organization, high-quality early childhood care and education programs can improve children’s chances for success later in life.”
The sunny windows of The Rise School shine warm light into the bustling classrooms, where eager students practice their letters and numbers or learn with their peers through play. From the interactive smart boards to the music and arts program and the master’s level teachers, it offers a place for children to learn and thrive during their most crucial stage of development.
Eleven months out of the year, five days a week, Rise students dive elbow-deep into science, lose themselves in literature, and learn what it means to work together. They discover the world around them and build an academic foundation that will carry them to their next learning environment, and everyone, no matter their stage of development, is included. “The first five years of a child’s life are fundamentally important,” Program Director Megen Glass explains, “The Rise staff’s ability to personalize instruction increases student engagement; and the academic supports available to all students help each child reach his/her full potential. Not only are children gaining a respect and appreciation for diversity but inclusive practices also promote optimal success for each student.”
The research-based curriculum that The Rise School embraces encourages a strong foundation of development for their students, which will shape each little learner’s future health, happiness, growth, and friendships. Due to the unique, individualized educational methods, the belief that a quality early childhood education is accessible to everyone – gifted, traditional, or developmentally delayed – is a reality.
The Rise School is a community where all children are given the tools they need to cope with and overcome obstacles that they will certainly meet along the way. Each Rise student learns necessary skills for being productive, empathetic, compassionate human beings that contribute to society in a meaningful way, becoming the leaders we want them to be.
Why Choose The Rise School of Austin Preschool?
- 3:1 Student to Teacher Ratio
- Small Preschool Classroom, Sizes: Maximum 12 Students Per Class
- Master’s Level Teachers
- Exceptional Academic, Physical & Social Curriculum
- Conscious Discipline
- Handwriting Without Tears
- Creative Curriculum
- Individualized Play Based Instruction
- Music & Art Program
- Serving Children 14 Months to 5 Years Old
The Rise School is now enrolling for the 2017-2018 school year.
4800 Manor Rd Building J