About Us

We are trailblazers in the education field and realize that COVID-19 has put a considerable strain on the way traditional schools operate.

It's important for children to be involved in their learning, have the opportunity to explore and connect with their environment, and be encouraged by their peers.

We want every family involved with our program to have pride in this very unique learning environment and take comfort in knowing that their children are safe, cared for, and included at

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 Our Program

Our students look forward to three longer days of academics (9am - 2pm) and two shorter days (9am - 12pm) of discovery and exploration, usually child-led! We realize that children learn at different paces and need frequent "brain breaks" to help focus and process information. 

Outside time is imperative, as is activity and movement. Our nature-based program is realized through experiential learning and sensory exploration.  We firmly root our support of community health through envisioning and nurturing personal growth and accountability.  Children's success is amplified through a growth-oriented and warm environment, which lovingly flows into the community we care so deeply about and support.


Our staff consists of certified teachers, microschool experts, and a social worker. Your children and their educational, social, and emotional needs are our number one priority.


Our Staff

Trailblazing educators who break the mold when it comes to child led learning.


Social workers play a critical role in the educational setting. The school social worker will work within Their Place Discovery and Learning Center to provide services to students to enhance their emotional well-being and improve their academic performance. The duties of the school social worker are as followed but not limited to:  


  • Conducting bio-psychosocial assessments and social histories 

  • Assess students for support systems, physical and emotional functions, barriers to academic performance, substance use, peer issues, suicidal/homicidal ideations, and similar concerns/issues.  

  • Developing and implementing treatment plans 

  • Support student’s self-determination  

  • Provide therapy regarding specific concerns/issues. 

  • Advocating for student’s best interest 

  • Provide case management  

  • Identifying and resolving ethical issues 


The school social worker will have an open-door policy. Services will be given in-person and through video conference. School social worker will receive referrals from teachers and students will have the ability to schedule time.  

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