The curriculum is defined by the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP), and is supported by resources and methodologies from a variety of internationally recognized sources, including Reading and Writing Workshops from Teachers College, and Mathematics Investigations developed at TERC.
Kindergarten is open to children who will turn 5 by December 31 of their entering school year. When entering kindergarten, families choose a Mandarin or Spanish Dual Language Immersion track.
Kindergarten Program of Inquiry 2016-2017
Kindergarten Sample Schedule
Pine Street School is a breath of fresh air educationally, experientially, and architecturally.
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Evergreen: Our Blog
We engage the inquisitive spirit for a lifetime and our vision for world change starts with your child.
Evergreen captures the essence and energy at Pine Street School with sneak peeks into classroom activities, community events and more. Find out what we're up to!
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Visiting Pine Street School
- Tours by request for limited 2017-2018 seats
- 2018-2019 admissions will open in September
Applying to Pine Street School
Application deadlines for the 2017-2018 school year have passed. However, families interested in mid-year transfers or applications for limited Preschool through 3rd Grade seats should contact the admissions office.
Choosing a school is a big decision. One of the best ways to know if it’s the right fit is to get to know the community.
What kind of person you want your child to be when they grow up? What values do you want them to have? What can you do to awaken their passions and nurture their talents?
Your school community should reflect your values, so find out why families love Pine Street School.
Cailin holds an M.S.Ed. in Early Childhood and Literacy and a B.S. in Early Education from The State University of New York. Since 2007, her teaching in Seoul, Boston, and New York focuses on developing students as thinkers, explorers, and change makers.