We are working diligently on a plan for the 2020-21 school year that takes into account the mental and physical health of all of the students, families, and staff at Santa Cruz Children's School. Though the coming fall will look different than a typical SCCS school year, and there are many hurdles to clear and creative solutions to consider, we are very optimistic that we will be able to create a program that will allow families ready to return to in school learning to do so, as well as remote learning options for those who are not. In the meantime, we are currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. Please don't hesitate to contact us with questions or to schedule a tour.
At Santa Cruz Children’s School, your child is a part of a dedicated community of learners that includes teachers, students, and their families. Students love being at school and thrive in an environment that fosters intellectual curiosity, creativity, and kindness. Students progress at their own pace with confidence and passion in a safe and nurturing environment. An independent non-profit school founded and run by teachers, your child can expect to enjoy learning at Santa Cruz Children’s School.
Kindergarten all the way through 6th grade, students love being at school and thrive in an environment that fosters intellectual curiosity, creativity, and kindness. Students progress at their own pace with confidence and passion in a safe and nurturing elementary school environment.
College professors, artists, published authors, athletes, and more have shared their expertise with the students of SCCS, Kindergarten through 6th grade. Parents and family members are welcome to visit and work in classes and even teach their own. Parents help with field trips, make costumes, write songs, and build community. Families are welcome here.
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