Great Beginnings Start Here.
A Bridge to Your Future.
“Adaptability to change is itself a hallmark of successful education.” - Peter Hilton
Every Student Matters
Every Moment Counts
Never Stop Trying, Always Keep Learning.
Every child is a born learner. With this in mind, Cornell’s approach to young learner’s education is to invoke each child’s innate ability to learn while engaged in a happy, relaxed classroom environment in which the child cultivates motivation for learning. The child then becomes the hero of his or her own lifestory and explores its various wonders at Cornell.
● K1-K3｜Ages 3-5
Cornell elementary school’s objective is to inculcate active learning in our students, and assist them in cultivating excellent reading habits, while deploying a plethora of the latest lessons and methodologies. Cornell firmly roots programming skills in our interactive lessons because we strongly believe that nurturing problem solving skills at a young age is critical for future success.
● Grades 1-6｜Ages 6-11
Teenagers in our modern age face a global challenge like never before. In preparation for these trials, Cornell Junior high school paves the way for our students by including English language study in our curriculum while also focusing on preparations for the high school entrance examination. Emotional education is also a priority at Cornell, where we aim to equip our well-rounded students with both knowledge and motivation to become lifelong learners.
● Grades 7-9｜Ages 12-14
• Create opportunities for students to utilize language for practical purposes
• Prepare students for adaptability and triumph over future challenges
• Create a positive, enthusiastic learning environment for students