Renaissance Kids Our Programs
Our program is a seamless blend of academics and fine arts that guides your child through their educational journey.
We’re Glad you’re Here Our academically enriched curriculum
Serving the community’s youngest learners, Renaissance Kids presents an academically enriched curriculum that is enhanced through music, art, dance and theatre, thereby developing a lifelong love of the arts from the early years. Our programming represents a unique blend of numerous teaching philosophies including Reggio Emilia, Montessori, Multiple Intelligences and some components of an Emergent Curriculum.
Our Independent school acceptance rate average is 100% in our 4-5 age program
Ages 1-2. Make their first childcare experience a remarkable one.
Ages 2-3. Foster a love of learning and the arts at an early age.
Ages 3-4. Provide a strong foundation for Kindergarten and the primary years ahead.
Ages 4-5. Graduate with advanced math and literacy skills.
Preschool (Half Day)
Ages 3-5. Gain exposure to dance, music, visual arts, and theatre through our fine arts programs.
ages 1 – 2Renaissance Explorers
Our Renaissance Explorers program is facilitated by teachers who have specialized training to work with infants and toddlers. We are sensitive to the fact that for most students of this age it is their first experience in a childcare setting, and so our teachers are dedicated to making it a positive experience for both child and family.
Infant Toddler Certified Teachers | Sensorial Activities | Small Class Sizes
ages 2 – 3Renaissance Discoverers
At Renaissance Kids we believe that even our youngest students can develop their amazing intellectual capabilities by being exposed to a variety of meaningful daily learning experiences. Our teachers are committed to providing multi-sensory and age-appropriate activities to engage our students and foster a love of learning and the arts.
Infant Toddler Certified Teachers | Hot Lunch Options | Spacious Classrooms
Ages 3 – 4Renaissance Illuminators
The Renaissance Illuminators program is a seamless blend of academics and fine arts that guides your child through their educational journey. This full-day program is designed to nurture the intellectual, emotional, and physical needs of children aged three to four years old. Providing a strong foundation for both Kindergarten and the primary years ahead, the Illuminators classes offer a comprehensive curriculum that covers foundational academic components as well as our Universal Values program that promotes social skills and emotional intelligence.
Co-Curricular Options | ECE Certified Teachers | Specially Designed Playgrounds
Ages 4 – 5Renaissance Virtuosos
Although deeply-rooted in the arts, the Renaissance Virtuosos programs are strongly focused on academics, student leadership skills and global citizenship. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking, problem solving and collaborative learning, with students typically graduating with math and literacy skills well beyond their years. With enriched educational experiences and small group learning, Renaissance Virtuosos students have the support that they need to reach their full potential, and have the freedom to explore subjects that they are truly passionate about.Discover the foundations of different types of media with our 101 classes. Learn different techniques by working on projects from start to finish under the nurturing guidance of our instructors. These classes will start with foundations but will progress to different levels depending on the student’s ability and age.
Extensive Curriculum | Field Trip Program | Small Learning Groups
Ages 3 – 5Preschool
The Renaissance Kids Preschool program is an excellent option for families who are looking for part time education for their child, while still enjoying the core components of our curriculum. Preschool students are offered a wide variety of hands-on activities in their daily Discovery Centres, and gain exposure to Dance, Music, and Theatre in our performing arts programs. Being a mixed-age environment, Preschool students are given the unique opportunity to learn from one another in meaningful ways; older students, for example, guide their younger peers by modelling appropriate classroom behaviour and communication skills.
Condensed Schedule | Extensive Curriculum | Small Class Size