…because nurturing the success of extraordinary children can change the world.

Silverleaf School is a modern micro-school that focuses on providing the educational environment children need to flourish now and in the future. We provide continuum of individualized options in an alternative learning environment that prioritizes innovation and creativity.

Our school offers individualized education in an inclusive setting.  We support social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth and development so that students can reach for their personal best and live lives of meaning, purpose and fulfillment.

Our approach to education is particularly fitting for gifted learners and their needs for differentiation, acceleration, social/emotional support, and opportunity to learn without limits.  Being given a place to belong can provide the strong sense of identity and confidence that highly gifted children don’t find in a traditional school setting, and that is required for them to thrive socially.  Silverleaf School offers students the freedom to demonstrate their skills, knowledge, and passion in a supportive and compassionate environment.

 

21st CENTURY PROGRAM

The future requires STEM, stewardship, teamwork, and problem-solving.  We emphasize language, art, music and physical education.

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 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION

Effective education offers an individualized pace and depth.  We ensure that our educators have the right skills, knowledge and experience to support our educational model and have a first-hand understanding of gifted learning needs.

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PROJECT BASED LEARNING

Project-based learning teaches skills as students investigate and respond to authentic, engaging and complex questions, problems, or challenges.

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SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY

Learners excel in an environment with other children that learn and think as they do, and teachers who understand and support their needs.

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“The dropout rate of gifted and talented students from high school constitutes the loss of a national resource that must be addressed.”

National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, 2002
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