During our Discovery year, your child will grow in leaps and bounds. From the moment you drop him off in carpool line, your child will practice doing for himself—hanging up his jacket, putting away materials after a lesson, washing hands before snack. She will experience a monumental growth in vocabulary between ages two and three, so we will read lots of books to foster an early love of language. In circle time and in the sandbox, he will be developing the social and emotional skills it takes to be part of a group, like sharing and taking turns. And as your young child delights in discoveries around our campus, she will be building the independence and confidence to seek out more new adventures. Just as important, your child will spend his days gently guided by teachers who treasure him. We know children learn best from people who love them. Let your child’s joyful educational journey begin here.

Avid Readers & Writers

What’s in a name? A child’s name is the single most important word in her life. That’s why students’ names serve as the springboard for literacy learning in preschool. By coming to recognize her name—how it is comprised of the same letters in the same order every time—a child begins...

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Master Mathematicians 

How do we determine whose building is taller? Which shape is formed when two congruent right triangles are put together? What do creating a block tower, reading a map, and loading a dishwasher have in common? Skills such as number fluency, geometric thinking, and spatial reasoning are essential to future...

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Curious Scientists 

In the Discovery program as in life, science is a way of thinking: observing, questioning, predicting, experimenting, collaborating, discovering, and marveling at the world around us. Our Discovery playground, right outside the classroom door, allows your child to witness some of the mysteries and miracles of God’s beautiful creation. Grapes...

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Inspired Artists 

Your child holds a brush in each fist as he layers one color on top of another, fascinated by how the colors change as his painting becomes a dark, muddied mass. On the other side of the easel, his friend covers her paper with large spirals of red. (Imagine Mark...

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Global Citizens 

Forming global citizens begins with forming citizens: people who think in a greater context, consider the interests and needs of others, and choose to make a difference through positive action. But what if that person is only two- or three- years old? For young children, the classroom forms an ideal...

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Faithful Hearts

A foundation in faith feeds young hearts with their human need for love, acceptance, and purpose. Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Matthew 19:14) Our mission at ROBS leads us to teach...

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After-school programming

After-school learning at ROBS includes Prime Time, our extended-day program, as well as a variety of enrichment classes offered until 6:00 p.m. each day for Readiness – Grade 8.

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Enjoy Discovery at ROBS!