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Mighty Philosophy

1. Mighty Minds are full of curiosity
Mighty Minds children are delighted by the newness of every moment. They ask what, why, when, where and how. An inquisitive mind cultivates an open mind.

2. Mighty Minds are full of enthusiasm and embrace challenges
Mighty Minds children are enthusiastic about their goals, be it drawing the best rainbow or winning the spelling contest. They embrace challenges and are problem friendly, they see problems as opportunities to improve, as life is a fascinating rhythm of problems and solution.

3. Mighty Minds are sociable, confident and principled
Mighty Minds children are not afraid to express and share their opinions. They are self-assured and yet understanding of the needs to share and connect with the community.

4. Mighty Minds are well cultured
Mighty Minds children are respectful to the differences around them and proud to practice their own cultural identity. Embracing diversity and others uniqueness is their virtue.

5. Mighty Minds are knowledgeable and fun
Mighty Minds children are well-rounded individuals. They learn and play with equal fervor in a vibrant environment of creativity and appreciation.

Early childhood learning experiences set the foundation for lifelong intellectual and emotional development. Given the privilege to be a part of this journey in the children�s lives, Mighty Minds strives to develop in each child a spirit of discovery, mental keenness, excitement in learning, and the ability to express one's own ideas and appraise those of others. Our structured curriculum is enriched with broad opportunities for such creative expression.

Children learn through asking questions, building positive habits, and participating in stimulating experiences. Led by supportive teachers who model collaboration, classroom environment is encouraging and dynamic, one that is not only challenging and stimulating for their minds, but also one where they are respected as unique and distinct individuals.