Every child is welcome to our school. Application is alway open to any of the levels below. CTL for you.


Elementary and Middle School

Our elementary school offers a balanced, rich and rigorous program where students ‘learn to read’ in early elementary grades (K-2) and ‘read to learn in the upper elementary grades (3-5). Students take four core academic subjects: English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and History/ Social Studies. Additionally, we offer Art, Music, Physical Education, French and Technology. Our approach to teaching and learning is thematic and projects-based; and we provide learning opportunities for children to apply what they learn in real life and/or simulated situations.

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Blended Learning

We offer opportunities for Middle and High School students to take online classes in one or more subjects. This provides opportunities for students to take or have control over time, place and pacing of courses. Some of our students take online courses at Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, Keystone Online school, Khan Academy and K12 International Academy.


PreSchool / Pre-Kindergarten

Our Pre-Kindergarten program caters to children between the ages of 2 and 5 years old. We run a developmental preschool program that allows children to develop social, emotional and cognitive skills through fun and engaging learning experiences. We do not believe in rote learning so we provide opportunities for children to learn through play, exploration, and stimulating experiences. The preschool day is balanced between indoor and outdoor learning experiences. Our preschool program is a very happy place for children.

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High School

Our high school program is a college preparatory program designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills to gain admission into colleges of their choice. Students take the required courses to gain the credits to meet the United States high school graduation requirements. We help our students choose the right courses of study to facilitate their desired college pathways.