Pre-K & Kindergarten
We are excited to offer our older students the study of permaculture, to teach the next generation the importance of creating productive ecosystems that care for the Earth, its people, and the future.
We utilize our 85-acre campus, which has woods, fields, streams, ponds, and marshes to deepen the Montessori approach to hands on learning. Our students grow strong in mind and body with abundant time in fresh air, sunshine, and nature.
Since musical skills are formed early in life, we start our music program in Pre-K, and continue through middle school. From basic beats and rhythmic movements, to folk songs, improvisation, and more, we cover a wide array of musical concepts and instruments.
In a culture where we are passive consumers of other people’s creativity, Art classes allow students to unplug, tap into, and develop their own creativity. Here, children can imagine, learn to create, make mistakes, and bring their personality into their artwork.
A child is most able to acquire a new language before the age of six, therefore we begin foreign language study from the very start. Our Spanish program focuses on teaching vocabulary, proper pronunciation, and conversation while students delight in cultural songs, games, and stories.
Homestead offers a variety of after school opportunities on campus, from Running Club in the Fall and Spring to individualized music instruction. Recently, we have begun offering weekly Spanish group classes in 8 week blocks year round.