Language is developed as students acquire vocabulary, spelling, reading, and writing skills, and use to express themselves both academically and creatively.
Math, Geometry & Algebra are learned in a multi-sensory way by manipulation of Montessori materials, group lessons and projects, and individual work.
History is presented as human achievement across time, explored through timelines and research into diverse cultures.
Sciences are introduced through impressionistic stories, followed by hands-on demonstrations of scientific principles and processes. Students are encouraged to research areas of interest and design their own experiments and projects.
Visual and Performing Arts are experienced though a study of the history of the arts and music theory, use of various media, instruments, and techniques, and use of artistic expression to complete and enhance presentations of student achievement in all areas. Students also participate in school-wide performances on Harvest Day, at Holiday Caroling and at Graduation.
Community is formed as students take responsibility for classroom tasks, learn to discuss and manage conflicts, and work together on both academic and creative projects. Cosmic education also emphasizes participation in the larger community outside the classroom, through service projects, student-led trips and explorations, and integration of community issues into academic studies.