Carden Hall is a traditional day school for students in grades junior primary (from age four and a half) through eight. Our students enjoy coming to school because our learning is purposeful, challenging, and fun. Two of the school's greatest strengths that have led to our enduring success are the sequential, comprehensive Carden curriculum and our emphasis on character development. Students are held accountable for their school work and their behavioral choices, which fosters the development of self-discipline and self-esteem. At Carden Hall we believe that each child has the ability and the desire to learn. Mae Carden's sequential curriculum and practical teaching techniques, our carefully trained staff, and our small class size allow for individualized attention as learning progresses. We view every child as capable of succeeding, and we work tirelessly to ensure that they do.
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