St. Albans Country Day School is a fully-accredited, independent, non-religious private school for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade students located in Roseville, California.
We accept applications for our wait list year round and encourage all who are interested in finding out more information about our programs, to participate in one of our monthly school tours and/or visit during our Open House.
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The expected schoolwide learning results (ESLRs) form the basis for curricular standards, teaching processes, instructional competencies, and evaluation of learning at St. Albans. Our students learn to communicate effectively, solve problems, work cooperatively, learn independently, experience enrichment activities, and demonstrate respect for self and others through activities in the classroom and on the playground. The ESLR’s are integrated throughout the curriculum as part of instruction and assessment of skills. St. Albans utilizes critical thinking strategies to enhance learning for all of our students and to develop independent thinkers and learners. Lessons and activities provide opportunities for our students to develop critical thinking skills across all subjects. Problem solving skills are taught in group situations to foster cooperative learning and then expanded to an individualized skill as students mature and grow.
1. Communicate Effectively.Students will learn to communicate effectively through reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
2. Solve Problems.Students will become effective problem solvers by using creative and critical thinking skills.
3. Work Cooperatively to achieve goals.Students will work together to show that they can effectively collaborate.
4. Learn Independently.Students will become independent learners by developing study skills to help them gather information, perform tasks, and solve problems. Independent learning is also enhanced through use of age appropriate technology.
5. Experience Enrichment Activities.Students will participate in a variety of activities that will broaden their experiences at school.
6. Demonstrate respect for self and others.Students will follow the designated school policies to ensure that all persons are treated with respect and courtesy.