QCSS Elementary Campus

Elementary SchoolScholars at Queen City Stem School (QCSS) are encouraged to put their minds to the test. QCSS Elementary School strives to provide a rigorous education for all scholars in K-5th.

Our scholars in grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade are immersed in an advanced curriculum with the integration of STEM-based learning. Our scholars in these grades stay with one teacher and have the opportunity to participate in Computer Lab, Physical Education, Science Lab, Music, and Art. Our scholars will be engrossed in an enriched educational atmosphere with innovative teaching methods. QCSS aims to provide each scholar with all their educational needs while also providing a safe and inclusive learning environment for all.

At QCSS Elementary School, we use inquiry based learning with a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) focus for all of our scholars in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Scholars in grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade dedicate a portion of their academics to hands-on learning practices where students are broken up into various student-led centers. Scholars in grades 4th through 5th are getting ready to experience middle school at a younger age. Our scholars’ in 4th and 5th grades transition between English Language Arts (ELA) (Reading and Writing), Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies (History, Government, and social impacts on society, culture, and history) on a day-to-day basis. Our scholars also have the opportunity to participate in Computer Lab, Physical Education, Science Lab, Music, and Art.

Each month at QCSS, our scholars are filled will the desire to learn how to be model citizens through our character education program. Within our character building program, each month is a focus of a different character trait. Traits that are explored include: Responsibility, Respect, Kindness, Compassion, Courage, Diversity, Honesty, Citizenship, and Perseverance.

We also focus on individualized learning experiences where scholars can interact with online programs either through SmartBoards, Apple iPads, or Google Chromebooks in the classrooms. Scholars even have the ability to continue their learning at home through fun and educational websites. Students will also have free tutoring time after school to work with teachers and improve on their core classroom subjects (ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies).