Curriculum goals for the early childhood program involve creating an environment with many opportunities for growth in social emotional and cognitive development, emergent literacy, social studies, science and technology, mathematical thinking, physical development and health.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS' PREMIER INDEPENDENT DAY SCHOOL
SERVING AGES 12 MONTHs THROUGH GRADE 12Our Mission
The New School community empowers each student through a well-rounded experience and inspires a love of lifelong learning.
The success of our Lower School centers on creating the optimal foundation for each student's educational journey. Each teacher is committed to fostering a love of learning and to delivering engaging academic instruction in a supportive and nurturing environment.
The Middle School program, focuses on the social-emotional and academic growth unique to Middle School-age students. Our students emerge from the Middle School program with a clearer picture of their strengths and challenges and the strategies, both academic and personal, for students to employ for life success.
The New School Upper School spans 7th - 12th grade, with the first graduating class in 2020.
The academic program is hands-on and experiential, exemplified by our field experiences around the country and our STEAM-focused Innovation Center.
The Arts Program at The New School cultivates a sense of belonging, collaboration, arts, appreciation and creative expansion. The goal of the Arts program is to develop students into advanced artists, musicians, actors and dancers.
The New School Athletic Program will provide an athletic experience focused on discipline, academic and athletic success. The New School offers 8 athletic sports for students in grades 7 - 12.
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The New School is an independent school that respects, embraces, and celebrates diversity in its curriculum, student body, and staff. The New School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, color, national or ethnic origin in the admission of students, in hiring, or in the administration of its educational program.