Galloway's S.A.G.E. Program
Our SAGE develops 21st Century global competencies including critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, adaptability, initiative and entrepreneuralism, effective oral and written communication, accessing and analyzing information, and developing curiosity and imagination.
STEM Lab beginning with PK3
Galloway's is preparing students for the 21st Century workplace by providing high quality educational opportunities in our state-or-the-art STEM Lab.
We know that strong writing and communication skills open doors to many possibilities. Good writers develop their craft over time. Six +1 Traits of Writing and The Writing Academy Programs are two writing models adopted by The Galloway School
Singapore Math Curriculum
Singapore Math is the World's leading math curriculum. Children do perform well because they understand the material on a deeper level; they are not just learning it for the test.
We believe our students have to know themselves and where they come from but we also encourage them to look beyond Galloway and recognize the incredible opportunities that are created by diversity and the richness of cultures across our planet.
Spanish Beginning in PK-3
Scientists believe that learning a language enhances a child’s cognitive development. At The Galloway School, our students begin learning Spanish in PK3.
Knowledge Quest Field Trips
Galloway field trips are not your ordinary school field trips. Galloway Knowledge Quest Field Trips are for the whole family and are authentic learning experiences that will captivate your child's imagination and spark a flame for knowledge.
Study Smart Skills Program
We want good study and work habits to become automatic with our students. Providing a school-wide study skills program provides a consistent framework for developing learning strategies proven to promote high achievement among diverse learners and learning styles.
Galloway's Music Program
Research has found that learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. A music-rich experience of singing, listening, exploring instruments and moving benefits students as they progress into more formal learning.
Through observation, discussion, interpretation, and analysis, students learn the “language of the arts”. They learn to understand how others express ideas and visual art forms. Students learn to shape ideas and emotions into images and they become more imaginative.