TCPS uses the power of learning to harness the power of the sun!
Last weekend, TCPS entered 5 middle school teams in the Junior Solar Sprint car race, at Flora Vista Elementary School. Prior to the race, students built their
Every year, our students and staff work on “The Big Event”, a program that focuses attention on one area of the curriculum, but integrates all areas of study-from language arts to math to art into the final production. Students and
Parents at The Child’s Primary School (TCPS) enjoying the annual Falliday Recital. Our kindergarten and first grade students sang songs and recited poems for the audience.
The Child’s Primary School (TCPS) was recognized as an incredible school in District 6. TCPS has been in the community of Clairemont for 33 years and was founded in 1983 by Sherry Risch and Maggie Price. Since its founding, The Child’s
Steve Uribe, a law clerk for the United States District Court, came to visit The Child’s Primary School. He presented a court case to our 8th grade students and had them serve as jurors in the mock trial.
Student council officers at The Child’s Primary School went to see a San Diego City Council meeting on Monday, November 14, 2016.
The agenda item was the Plaza de Panama proposal for Balboa Park, so there was a huge crowd.
8th graders at The Child’s Primary School (TCPS) spent an afternoon at the San Diego River testing the water quality with San Diego Coastkeeper.
Students took samples of the water and tested for turbidity, pH levels, dissolved oxygen, nitrates, phosphates,
Thank you to Clairemont Community News for helping us to get the word out on our sock drive for Think Dignity.
A recent study published in the American Educational Research Journal concludes that students who attend a K-8 campus for middle school experience less bullying, and have better grades and test scores.
The Child’s Primary School was designed as a K-8 campus
This past Saturday, TCPS not only entered the Southern California Future City Competition for the second year, but also won an award for the second year in a row. The Middle School team won “Most Futuristic” for their city.