The mission of The Pembroke Hill Lower School is to enable all students to build character and to develop their intellectual, physical and creative abilities to the highest possible level.
To fulfill its commitment to each student, the school will: The objective of the lower school is to create a challenging and exciting curriculum committed to excellence.
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Tardiness puts children in a negative learning position.
Classroom doors open at a.m., and morning work begins at a.m. Kindergarten through second grade meet in the Primary Building Mc Neely Library; grades three through five meet in the Intermediate Building Dickey Library.
The school is dedicated to providing an educational experience that focuses on developing expert learners in all children.
Additionally, our resource teachers work hand-in-hand with the classroom teachers to enrich the breadth of instruction.
The opportunity and exhilarating task of preparing students for school and life by helping them take the first steps in acquiring lifelong skills and values is welcomed.
Pembroke Hill strives to provide a safe and nurturing environment and encourages respect, ethical behavior and individual responsibility.
Resource classes are vital to a well-rounded education and allow valuable occasions for the expression of specific talents and abilities.
Daily activities are deliberately crafted to provide opportunities for critical thinking, problem-solving and real-life application of acquired knowledge.