The core curriculum at Meadow Green Academy prioritizes reading, writing and mathematics, with a view to developing a solid, educational foundation. An emphasis on advanced learning in the areas of computers, science and languages, challenges students to maximize their potential. At Meadow Green Academy, we believe that today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders and students are encouraged to develop a global perspective and concern for others around the world.
- Individualized learning
- On-going assessments
- Enriched/Accelerated programs
- Advanced computers, music, drama and art
- Qualified teachers
- Extracurricular activites
- French language from preschool
- Remedial/Special Education
- Academic competitions and sports
- Regular communication with parents
Our Take: Meadow Green Academy
Georganne MacKenzie founded Meadow Green in order to offer an academic program that was both rigorous and inclusive of Christian values. The approach is as consistent as it is committed to addressing the specific needs of each learner, both academic and social. In crafting the curriculum MacKenzie wanted to reflect the academic traditions of strong core language, numeracy, and assessment, while also bringing in modern best practices. The ideal student is one operating at the upper end of his or her peer group, and who is able to thrive in a challenging, diverse, and cooperative learning environment.