Kindergarten

Kindergarten prepares children for their future education and introduces them to good learning habits which will be critical during elementary school and beyond.  Between  3 and 6 years of age children’s frontal lobes develop rapidly preparing them especially in the areas of organization, focus, and planning. At the age of 4 (or a little younger) most children are ready to attend Kindergarten. Starting their education at the right place will allow them to become successful students throughout their life.  At Arts and Science Academy of Canada, we have prepared an enhanced program which includes Math, English, Science, and French. Students participate in fun educational activities, have outdoors playtime, a warm lunch, and before they realize it, they have completed the educational material required for grade 1 students, while still in kindergarten.

Another important aspect of what children learn in Kindergarten is socializing.  We offer our students an exclusive environment where learning to communicate, play and become part of a group is of special importance.  

Artistic activities complement the education of the little ones, helping them communicate, through non-verbal means, the greatness in each one of them.

Give your children a leg-up in education and help them start their schooling years right with a solid foundation, curiosity, and a desire to learn more. Admissions to JK and SK are open for all children capable of engaging in active physical exercise. We believe in incorporating fun into academic classes for our young kids, this encourages them to love learning, and to become interested in different subjects from an early age.

During the Summer we offer children aged 4 to 8, three weeks of Summer Camp full of fun, ballet and stretching classes, friendship and sun!  If you are interested please follow this link.

Our full day Kindergarten program with drop-off time of 8 a.m. and pick up time at 5 p.m. allows parents to have peace of mind knowing their children are  at an exclusive institution of learning where they will be cared for.