Our space reflects our mission and values.
Beautiful Classrooms. Our engaging classrooms are organized into centers to support children’s learning and development. Our centers include areas for dramatic play, blocks, writing, art, science, a library, and a comfy place to read. Our walls are covered with children’s art work and our shelves crowded with books and ongoing art projects. The most important part of our classroom is our tree and its heart where we outline our guiding principles – school is a safe place, a place to feel good, to respect, and to learn. The classrooms were designed by our teachers and Natalia Tuñón, a One World Project mom.
Large Outdoor Play space. The ample outdoor playspace has room for running, jumping, and playing. Outside we create chalk murals, blow bubbles, play with our gigantic parachute, hang out in our playhouse, and plant herbs and vegetables in our wooden containers built by Jeff Starkey, a One World Project dad.
Proximity to Prospect Park. Our school is located a short walk from Prospect Park which allows us to make regular trips to the Park.
Community Center. Our space is not only a school but also a community center where we host activities and events so that people from different backgrounds can come together to learn, create, discuss, listen, discover, and build friendships.