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Classes are held Monday through Thursday. Fridays are free to allow students to reflect and develop personal skills of interest such as artistic and/or career development, community service, field trips, or special activities.
Small classroom sizes promote one-on-one attention, giving each student personal care.
Gaudium Day School uses accredited and specialty-designed curriculums in mathematics, reading, language arts, science, and history. Our students participate in special programs; such as gymnastics, tennis, and ceramics.
Gaudium Day School does not issue homework. Our students are taught time management to ensure productivity. Students complete daily assignments during class time. This approach allows the flexibility for students to pursue developmental interests, and to build family relationships.
Your commitment to family involvement is crucial in the love, education, and growth of each student. Our families are encouraged to participate in Gaudium Day School's Parent Promise: The promise to support the "Power of Parent Involvement" (POPI) for student achievement.