Active, healthy children are better learners. Movement serves to energize and activate the body, to improve focus, and to develop the brain. Physical activities develop fundamental movement skills and promote positive social interactions, increasing students’ competency and self-esteem. This leads to overall improved academic achievement.
We are committed to individual attention and small class sizes to ensure our unique programs remain focused on the development of each Edge student. We teach the critical thinking skills and learning strategies that students need in order to become independent life-long learners. As part of our holistic approach to student-athlete development, every Edge student is assisted with the development of a plan that is ultimately designed to provide students with understanding, and ownership of their academic, athletic, and personal goals.
For inquiries about Edge academics, please contact Anne McCaffrey.