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.
The Big Event: Annual Student-Run Program
This past Saturday, March 7th, The Child’s Primary School in Clairemont hosted a health and wellness fair open to the public, in conjunction with several community business partners. At this so-called “Big Event,” an
February through March is a very exciting time for TCPS. Students from all grades work together researching and transforming our school to showcase the Big Event theme for the year. Some examples of past themes have been, Our Oceans in
The TCPS 7th and 8th grade Research classes have been gearing up for their first debate later this month. In preparation of this task and TCPS’s continued effort to provide a “Classroom without Walls”, research teacher, Ms. Zoric, invited Anthony
The Child’s Primary School takes first and second place at the Balboa Library Essay Contest in both 4th grade and 8th grade divisions. The contest is open to all students, public, private, parochial and home school, in grades 4, 8,
A team of 24 middle school students from the Child’s Primary School (TCPS), a San Diego private school located in Clairemont, is participating in the 2014-15 Future City Competition, a national project-based educational competition that gives 6th, 7th and
Times of San Diego features TCPS in reporting of Future City
“Students from a select group of middle schools in San Diego will compete in Los Angeles Saturday to design the city of the future.
More than 40,000 students
This weekend The Child’s Primary School exhibited at the STEAM Maker Festival at the Del Mar Fair Grounds. According to Steammaker.org “Over 120 booths, displays and presentations showcase local school programs, crafters, makers and the people and companies that are driving
The Child’s Primary School student article explores benefits of cross-age learning and highlights strength of small school community.
Local Student Reports on School’s Thanksgiving Activities
By: Hana Belmonte-Ryu, Grade 8
The Child’s Primary School (TCPS)
When I think of Thanksgiving, I
TCPS Executive Director, Jim Price, discusses how important it is to incorporate art into the widely discussed STEM curriculum.
SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! I am about to climb onto my soapbox, which at my age requires some effort. As many