Growing Up Perelman
Children experience an explosion of developmental growth from ages 4 to 11 as they start to read, write, reason and understand. They form their own ideas, make choices and build connections. This critical period shapes how students see themselves...in middle school, college and the world.
Perelman’s progressive education is grounded in teaching across multiple subjects. Our teachers guide their students in discovery rather than simply providing answers. Their curiosity extends from social studies to science to art, fostering a sharp, creative mind and a strong sense of confidence. They problem-solve, develop abstract thinking skills, study scientific processes and follow current events. They gain the skills to communicate, collaborate and succeed in a global society. Simultaneously, children learn to appreciate their heritage and identity, while growing into accepting, responsible and ethical young adults.
Take a look at our unique approach to education, where academics meet heritage.