The Wellington Preparatory School teaches an accelerated curriculum for its college preparatory students. Children are taught at a grade level above and/or a modified gifted curriculum, with varied supplemental support programs.
Wonders, a comprehensive program, is a research-based curriculum which provides unmatched support for building strong literacy foundations, accessing complex texts, engaging in collaborative conversations, and writing to sources.
Houghton Mifflin Science Fusion
is a program designed to build inquiry and STEM skills. The curriculum includes significant hands on activities, allowing students to analyze real-world problems, understand the concept of systems, and conduct scientific experiments.
Combined with the Literacy module, Wonders also offers a strong writing component which includes research writing, creative writing, poetry and persuasive writing.
Everyday Math is a comprehensive Pre-K through 6th grade mathematics curriculum developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project. In middle school, our math is transitioned to Envision Math, with most students finishing Algebra 1 in 7th grade and Geometry in 8th grade.
Internally Researched and Updated. Professors from Un. Of South Florida, Un. Of California, and Un. Of Texas developed a strong social studies curriculum providing broad content for the accelerated student.
Our Spanish curriculum focuses on conversation, grammar and vocabulary. Spanish is a valuable language to learn, providing added economic benefits and the ability to communicate and travel widely.
Violin is taught twice per week. This focus on an un-fretted instrument helps with music education and coordination. Many scientists believe it also has a strong positive impact on math and reasoning skills. For more information on the benefits of violin, please click here to see a TED video.
Students participate in the Meet the Master’s art curriculum. This curriculum exposes children to the great art masters, providing information about their lives and art styles.
Physical education includes two components. First a traditional physical education curriculum introduces students to many sports, health and fitness. Second, our weekly karate curriculum delivers karate training along with confidence, respect, discipline and mental toughness.