We know that every parent seeks a high quality education center that is most suitable for their child. Our philosophy is that every child is an active constructor of their own knowledge and we create an environment where this construction is both fun and engaging for every child.
We are part of the Marong International Education Group (MIEG.) MIEG is a professional early education institution that runs schools in both China and the United States. MIEG has 27 years of experience in running early childhood education centers and primary education schools. We have extensive experience in child development research and creating successful early childhood education curriculums.
We strive to create an environment that helps children learn about diverse cultures of the world. We encourage them to learn second languages, and to grow and explore with great joy. We are committed to maximizing the developmental potential of each child’s unique character.
We believe that every child is a born artist, scientist, inventor, constructor and explorer, and we are here to help them express and develop these interests.
For twenty-seven years, we have been dedicated to the research of features and stages of children’s development. We have partnered with early childhood education institutions in America, specializing in curriculum development. Through this research, we have developed a story-based curriculum for our child care centers. This curriculum teaches children socialization and problem solving through exploration and play.
Our Academy was specially designed to create a friendly environment that is filled with educational purpose. To attain our goal of a high quality early education center, we adapted our successful story curriculum as the core curriculum and integrated diverse cultures and second languages into the program.
Our story-based curriculum is a distinct learning method that engages children with topics that they are interested in and enthusiastic about. Reading interesting stories triggers a child’s curiosity to ask questions. In order to find answers to these questions, children actively desire to read, to sense, to experience and to explore. They also spontaneously utilize their language, drawing, writing, body language and creativity to present their “project research results.” In the meantime, children will be driven to new questions that they are interested in, which leads to new projects of learning and exploration. Therefore, finding answers to questions is the process of self-challenging, self-accomplishing and learning for the children.