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Rooted in the Montessori tradition, Welsh Hills School excels in age-appropriate learning which focuses on the intellectual, social, emotional, ethical and physical development of children ages 18 months through eighth grade. Curiosity is rewarded, learning is inspired, and expectations are exceeded. Students develop their passion for learning and a sense of independence and confidence.
We encourage our students to be real-life learners through thoughtful risk-taking as an important portal to discovery. We empower our graduates to embrace and overcome challenges and because of this, our alumni become leaders in their high school and university settings.
12 Month Curriculum for Children ages 18 Months through Kindergarten
Students in this program benefit from a consistent classroom environment and dedicated curriculum during the school year and throughout the summer months.
Call today or click here to learn more about our hands-on learning experiences which honor differentiated learning and inspire our youngest students.
Community Partnership Discount
We offer our Community Partnership Discount to employees of these organizations who have partnered with our school in a variety of ways. As a way to show our gratitude, we offer their employees a discount on tuition.
Abercrombie, Denison University, The Dow Chemical Company, Genesis Health Care Systems, Granville Studio of Visual Arts, Kenyon College, Licking Memorial Hospital, OSU-Newark, Park National Bank and State Farm.
Our camp is eight weeks of summer fun for children ages 5 to 15 years. It provides hands-on experiences that fosters creativity, a love of learning, and a connection with nature, all within a supportive community.
New themes such as Destination Space, Junior Investigators and Out of this World, along with Welsh Hills annual favorites like Kidstown, Mad Scientist and Culinary Masters will provide weeks of fun for campers.
Lego Mindstorm and Mayan Adventure Robotics Camps taught by Karen Lepper and Michelle Lerner’s printmaking specialty camp give campers the opportunity to program robots and make original prints through a variety of techniques.
Families who register three or more children for the same week of Traditional Camp will receive a 20 percent discount. Full-summer campers pay just $25 to add a Specialty Camp to their registration.
Summer camp continues our STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) focus by offering a summer of fun that weaves each of these areas into engaging, hands-on activities. Engineering robots, exploring art through drama, printmaking and daily craft activities or learning about science by planting our organic garden are just a few of the ways we extend our STEAM curriculum through the summer months.
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