[caption id="attachment_18245" align="alignright" width="265"] A Seven Arrows Kindergartener Builds a Gingerbread Man Trap[/caption] One of Seven Arrows’ Core Values is the Pursuit of Excellence; we challenge our students to reach their full potential, face their challenges head on, and exude effort, willpower, perseverance, and grit. We...

At Seven Arrows, we guide students through many reflective and collaborative processes that develop and condition a flexible mindset. We maintain that the ability to adapt is a profoundly useful tool for a student’s toolbox in their early years. Because we are living in a...

When founding Seven Arrows in 1999, Head of School Margarita Pagliai was highly influenced by the work of Howard Gardner and his ground-breaking theory of multiple intelligences. From Gardner’s book, Five Minds for the Future: “Educators can smooth the road to an ethical mind by drawing attention...

At Seven Arrows, we are always relentlessly striving to create circumstances where our students can lose themselves in their own learning, ideas, and enthusiasm. When children are welcomed into the process, when developmentally appropriate options are laid before them and they take ownership and autonomy...

We see the social/emotional development of children as paramount in educating the whole child. An intentional environment where students have access to the skills to resolve inner and outer conflicts and feel supported by classmates and teachers allows them to take risks, solve problems independently,...

[caption id="attachment_18130" align="alignright" width="248"] Masquerade Festival[/caption] Since its inception, Seven Arrows has emphasized the importance of developing cultural understanding, multiculturalism, and global engagement across a broad range of subjects. Head of School and Founder Margarita Pagliai believes strongly that cultural history is perhaps one of the...

At Seven Arrows we are committed to developing motivated, self-aware members of the global community. Our approach is simple; every child is seen. Successful students are students who not only manage their academic demands, but students who are also able to manage their expressive language, stress...

To honor Black History Month, we’re focusing on the power of words. Specifically, we are celebrating the dynamic contributions made by Africans in the diaspora to American culture that have come in the form of essays, poems, plays, art, spoken word, music, and social activism. The...

From Bob Sullo’s book, The Motivated Student: Unlocking the Enthusiasm for Learning: “It has been my experience that students who have defined goals and have a clear vision of what they want their success to be, get engaged in their own learning. The quality of a...