WHAT MAKES TESSERACT DIFFERENT?
A Tesseract education is not one-size-fits-all. With a child centered approach, our small class sizes and low student-to-teacher ratios foster a love of learning and allows for growth in all students.
Beginning with Lower School field trips to theater and museums in and around the Phoenix Valley, Tesseract believes that experiential travel offers students more than they could ever learn in a classroom. In Middle School, Tesseract begins conducting long distance class trips. Fifth and Sixth graders travel to San Francisco and Seventh and Eighth graders travel… //Learn More
Whether it’s singing and dancing in Lower School or presenting at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Middle School – the Arts are thriving at Tesseract. Tesseract educators follow the philosophy of educating the whole child by providing our students with a variety of ways to exercise their creativity and to express themselves. Through interactive learning, including… //Learn More
At Tesseract, we prepare students to thrive in a competitive, global environment. Our integrated, thematic curriculum and hands-on learning experiences, including international class trips, expose students to diverse cultures, foreign languages, the global economy, technology, and social and environmental responsibility issues. Students graduate from Tesseract with a broad understanding of the world as a large,… //Learn More
As an embedded part to our educational approach, technology tools and skills play an increasing roll as students progress through our three divisions. Starting in Early Childhood, students are exposed to the educational values of the digital world, translating into strong digital citizenship in lower school, where technology is integrated into the curriculum. By the… //Learn More