Each year at Inly School, the faculty takes a close look at one area of the curriculum. Last year, for example, we spent the year
A passage from Derek Stolp’s Mathematics Miseducation: The Case Against A Tired Tradition (pages 70-73) This proposed set of adjustments to our current program of
“Education is a natural process carried out by the child and is not acquired by listening to words but by experiences in the environment.” —Dr.
In Science class this week, we planted winter rye grass on Sunflower Hill and explored one of the raised beds in search of “mini-beasts.” Throughout
“The child must see for himself what he can do, and it is important to give him not only the means of education but also
“Character formation cannot be taught. It comes from experience and not from explanation.” —Dr. Maria Montessori After a bit of cabin fever brought on by