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Tesseract begins at age Two in our Early Childhood program and continues through
12th Grade.Children are at the heart of learning, where they collaborate, investigate
and explore.

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Early Childhood    Lower    Middle    Upper

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Thematic curriculum embodies Tesseract's mission where students are engaged in
an innovative environment that stimulates curious learners. Tesseract Upper School
students travel to Europe, Hawaii, Peru and China as part of their experience-based
multi-sensory learning environment and academic curriculum.

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8th Grade    9th Grade    10th Grade    11th Grade    12th Grade

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At Tesseract School, our visual and performing arts programs follow our philosophy
of educating the whole child by providing our students with a variety of ways to
exercise their creativity and express themselves.

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Early Childhood    Lower    Middle    Upper

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Beginning in Fifth Grade, Tesseract Middle School students travel to Arkansas,
Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, California and Costa Rica to study science,
sustainability, eco-systems and history.

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8th Grade    9th Grade    10th Grade    11th Grade    12th Grade

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We believe the use of technology in education should be incorporated with the curricular
goals of the classroom, not focused on the technology itself. Educators integrate technology
into their curriculum to enhance their teaching methods and cultivate student creativity.

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Early Childhood    Lower    Middle    Upper

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Recent News

  • Tesseract Night at MIM gives students a global perspective on culture, music and art
    Twenty-five Tesseract Middle School students will present their comprehensive research project on April 15 from 6 – 9 p.m. during Tesseract Night at MIM (Musical Instrumental Museum). The evening will feature seventh grade students presenting group projects focusing on world cultures in each of the MIM’s geographical galleries. Since early February, the MIM has functioned […]
  • Donation brings new turf to Early Childhood
    Thank you to the parents and Accent Grass and Greens who made the turf installation on the Early Childhood playground a reality for our students.  
  • Tesseract School sponsors AZ Children’s Business Fair
    Tesseract School is sponsoring the AZ Children’s Business Fair on March 28, a one-day event that provides an incredible opportunity for kids to sell a product or service— anything from brownies to card tricks. Do you have an entrepreneur who would like to participate? Watch this short video with your child and let their creativity […]
  • Tesseract partners with Phoenix Herpetological Society
    On January 16, Tesseract 4th grade students hosted a reptile fair, a product of a two-month study with the Phoenix Herpetological Society. During the study, students become the experts and create visual aids for their reptile exhibits. Students were asked to creatively design displays that would attract and educate their audience. Fourth grade students are […]
  • Upper School students will perform in drama: Sylvia
    Upper School students will put on their annual play on March 6, 7 and 8 performing Sylvia. Sylvia, written by A.R. Gurney, tells the story of empty nesters Greg and Kate, who recently moved back into Manhattan from the suburbs. Greg takes in Sylvia, a street-smart pooch that quickly becomes a bone of contention in […]

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