An inclusive, outdoor-based school for Early Childhood through 6th Grade that uses a unique, real-world STEAM curriculum, individually tailored to each student.

Worldmind School inspires children to enjoy and appreciate the natural world through mindful, child-led outdoor experiences without neglecting important academic principles. Students who actively participate in the world outside their window often become more attentive, joyful and less anxious, which opens the mind to clear learning pathways. Our unique educational curriculum promotes important educational principles as well as a compassionate understanding of bio and social diversity that lasts a lifetime.

Neurodiverse and twice-exceptional students are welcome and supported at Worldmind.

We offer a nurturing environment for every child to thrive through our values in inclusivity and safety, social-emotional learning and a strength-based approach to teaching, individualized learning plans for grades 1-6, and through the endless benefits of learning in nature.

Traditional academic achievements occur organically in an interactive and responsive learning environment, preparing your child for life-long learning success.

Early Learning through 6th Grade

 

In a digitally charged age, it is important for children to be exposed early on to the wonders of the natural world around them. This fundamental education can help children be academically prepared, become more self-aware and understand the tangible ways in which the world exists.

Read More About Our Programs

The Importance of Social and Emotional Learning with Dr. Ali Hill

Why Creativity is so Important with Parent and Engineer Hao Zhng

Pioneering Outdoor-Based Education

Build confidence and inspire curiosity

Promote creativity and imagination

Discover and appreciate the natural world

Provide tangible mental and physical stimulation

What Our Families Say

“WNIS is the kind of place you can leave your child knowing that they will be empathized with, understood, and empowered – rare but highly valued qualities.”