Kids find their place by being themselves at The Kineo School, a private K-5 community that brings out the best in every student by giving them a safe space to unlock their learning potential, form meaningful friendships, and confidently prepare for the future.
What does The Kineo School set in motion?
Curious critical thinking. Kineo sees and supports the whole child – not just as learners, but as evolving, unique individuals. Students learn at their own pace, explore their interests, and gain critical new skills. In this personalized environment, Kineo students grow into capable, engaged learners who are ready for bigger academic challenges. Learn more.
Compassionate friendships. Call them quirky, free-spirited, or one-of-a-kind. Here, we just call them Kineo Kids – and while they’re all awesomely unique, they all thrive together. Kineo’s commitment to social-emotional learning helps students learn self-awareness and empathy, and form meaningful, lasting friendships.
Confident self-advocacy. Kineo Kids learn what they need to be successful. They know how to speak up for themselves. They understand their own strengths and challenges. They recognize their inherent worth and are confident to show up as their full selves. Kineo Kids become the dreamers, innovators, and stewards of a better tomorrow.
This is a great school for great kids (who just need a little more).
We invite your child to join us.
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The Kineo School’s mission is to:
- Provide personalized education that meets each child where they are
- Inspire students to be lifelong learners who are curious, capable, and confident
- Create a community of educators, students, and families committed to authentic learning
The Kineo School admits students of any gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, and sexual orientation to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The Kineo School does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, and sexual orientation in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, and other school administered programs.