Kindergarten through 5th grades
The elementary grades at Kingswood focus on a traditional classical curriculum. Children focus on core subjects including reading, writing, mathematics, history, and science. They are taught to apply the knowledge they learn across all content areas developing a deeper understanding of the material. At Kingswood children are taught strategies to increase their love of learning and be successful. Each year students build upon the skills and knowledge they learned the previous year. Education of the whole person is the focus of Kingswood. Children are encouraged to seek a relationship with Our Lord not only through daily religion classes, but through attending weekly Mass and Adoration.
Middle School – Grades 6 to 8
To prepare the students for high school as well as to shape our culture, we envision and develop leaders of self-mastery and confident self-giving using an inter-disciplinary approach. Writing skills are strengthened across all areas of the curriculum, including monthly writing assessments of different forms, literature essays on themes and analyses of character developments, historical perspective responses, and the formal science fair paper and projects. A variety of grammar Greek and Latin roots, and vocabulary of all concentrations are studied. The students’ analytical and logic skills are challenged through a solid math curriculum in conjunction with the practice of diagramming to evaluate the interplay of words in sentences. Their presentation skills are practiced through the science fair, poetry recitals, and Shakespeare plays, saint fair oral presentations, and historical presentations. The Religion and Character curriculum serve as a foundation for the spreading of a culture of virtue and growth as a whole person and to encourage service and consideration of others, especially our younger students while using their initiative as a daughter or son of God.