The Crestmont School Educational Program is built on a foundation of community, best practice methods and progressive educational principles.


Crestmont School is built on a caring and supportive framework of teachers, staff and family members. For over forty years, our educational program has been supported by a community of learners committed to inclusion, engagement and kindness. We are committed to attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse and outstanding faculty.

Best Practice Methods

Crestmont School utilizes best practices for teaching and learning including:

  • Small classes with low student-to-teacher ratio
  • Project-based and hands-on learning
  • Integrated thematic instruction
  • Relevant and meaningful tasks
  • Differentiation, including supporting different learning styles
  • Ongoing authentic assessment
  • Emergent curriculum

Progressive Principles

We offer a progressive education that:

  •  Prepares children to participate and thrive in a diverse and democratic society, and contribute positive change in their communities and beyond
  • Utilizes a holistic approach: supporting children’s cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development.

Our Lower School Scope and Sequence can be found here.

Our Upper School Scope and Sequence can be found here.