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Our innovative approach to early childhood education fosters a love for learning at a young age. By allowing children to explore and express their thoughts, theories, and imaginations, they become empowered to seek, discover, and problem solve. Learn how both of our signature programs pave the way for a lifetime of learning.

Learn more today! Email or call 410-531-7347 to schedule a personal tour.

Little Dragons: 2 & 3 Year-Old Program

Read more from our Program Director, Kirsten Mahoney. Request articles About Reggio Emilia & Nothing without Joy. Or email with requests.

Using the Reggio Emilia approach to learning, students freely convey learning with words, music, movement, drawing, painting, sculpture, dramatic play, and more. Children have access to an abundance of materials and classroom spaces to discover, probe, query, and imagine.

Outdoor enrichment is an essential component to our curriculum. Little Dragons never have to leave school grounds for outdoor enrichment because all children have access to Glenelg Country School’s 90-acre campus featuring an observatory, pond and outdoor environmental labs, outdoor theatre, wooded trails, and more.

A picture is worth a thousand words, that's why your child's journey and work is documented. This reflects our appreciation for how they apply higher learning to solve problems, create theories, and express emotion.


 I like going to the Tinkerlab, playing, and  building with the marble maze.
 Azaiya S. 
 Little Dragon

Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten Program

Read more from our Assistant Head of Lower School, Hilary McCarthy. Request article Project-Based Learning: What It Is & Why It Works. Or email with requests.

Our project-based method helps students gain a comprehensive understanding of a variety of subjects through academic and content integration. Students receive instruction in academic blocks that include the arts, science, technology, world languages, humanities, mathematics, writing, media, and English language arts. 

By educating the whole child and teaching with a growth mindset approach, our students are allowed to make and learn from their mistakes, dream big, and work hard to achieve goals.  

Children learn in a nurturing environment where teachers work in collaboration with students. This partnership helps build confidence, develop talents, and forge strong relationships in a small classroom environment.


 My favorite class is Technology because    we get to make robots and carts on the  computer. We make them walk and move  around!
 Ara G.