Welcome! The Foundations School provides a joyful, creative, and loving learning environment.
WELCOME TO OUR NEW CAMPUS
2400 Metrocentre Blvd
Next door to Cracker Barrel
Located at 2400 Metrocentre Blvd, West Palm Beach, the new campus will house The Foundations School and headquarters for CCE. The new campus is expected to welcome students and families for fall 2022.
With access to four acres of land at the new site, CCE is renovating an existing 28,000-square-foot building to house administration offices and a 200-student Kindergarten-through-fifth-grade elementary school. The site’s current building will offer 12 technologically equipped classrooms, designed to inspire creative thinking and academic success; a 900-square-foot space built specifically for creativity and exploration; a multipurpose cafeteria, as well as an outdoor playground. The Arts and Science Center will be housed in a brand new 22,000 square-foot-building.
Let's get to know each other.
2021 Promo Video
Summer 2021 WPTV News Coverage
The Foundations School’s mission is to disrupt educational inequality by successfully teaching all of our students the foundations of learning—curriculum engagement, social emotional well-being, creative practice, reading proficiency, and academic achievement.
A world where all children learn well.
Our highly-qualified teachers and teaching artists build authentic connections between core content and arts concepts that result in reading proficiency and academic achievement. We are responsive to students’ learning needs. This foundational approach to teaching and learning transforms students into competent learners for life.
The Foundations School’s impact is measured by the success of our students.
The Foundations School is an independent demonstration school in Palm Beach County with small class sizes, K through 5th grade. We offer a clean and healthy learning environment aligned with CDC guidelines.
10 REASONS THE FOUNDATIONS SCHOOL IS HELPING STUDENTS SOAR:
WE HAVE LOW
WE ENSURE ASSESSMENTS DRIVE INSTRUCTION
WE SUPPORT SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING
WE FOCUS ON
WE BUILD COMMUNITY INTO THE CLASSROOM AND BEYOND
WE ARE A DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL
Look what's being said about us!
Listen to how we improve education outcomes!
We want to thank Penny Pompei for this interview who is dedicated to bringing area influencers on the radio to meet their public and explain what is good or bad about their role in Palm Beach County politics, business and nonprofit worlds.
“Since Joshua has been coming here, he has changed. He has changed, changed, changed! He loves coming to school. He’s calm and focused… but he’s energized when learning."
- TFS Parent
“Kindergarten through third grade, those primary elementary grades, are a critical time; not just for building strong foundational skills for reading and literacy, but for the all important development of a LOVE of learning. Using creativity and the arts, we help each student to develop their learner’s mentality, their LOVE for the process of learning.”
- Kevin Kovacs, Director of Schools
“I saw more interaction, small groups, more talk, positive relationships, and fun times. All of the points mentioned above played a role in increased reading levels.”
- TFS Classroom Teacher
“My daughters had an excellent experience! …they always wanted to go to school because it was always something fun to do!!!"
- TFS Parent
“It is a wonderful opportunity because I can integrate art into teaching. I can see how much students learn and have fun at the same time.”
- TFS Classroom Teacher
THE FOUNDATIONS SCHOOL AT NORTHWOOD VILLAGE
Day School + Afterschool
Mondays through Fridays
8:00am to 4:30pm
Extended Aftercare to 6:00pm
CREATIVITY WILL SAVE EDUCATION
MEET A TEACHING ARTIST!
Featuring Mr. Steve
MEET A PARAEDUCATOR!
Featuring Ms. Ocean
The Foundations School is an approved Common Sense School, an honor that recognizes our efforts in teaching digital citizenship to young people and engaging the entire school community in this important discussion. The recognition acknowledges our school's commitment to helping students build skills that are essential for their well-being today—and for the opportunities they'll have tomorrow.
The Foundations School + Ricky Aiken
Listen to Ricky Aiken (Inner City Innovators) talk about the importance of early childhood education for disadvantaged youth (Grades K-5). The Foundations School serves grades K-5 in a safe, creative, and educational environment that empowers students to become life-long learners.
READ ALOUD EVERY CHILD. EVERY PARENT. EVERY DAY.
We can all agree there is a readiness crisis in this country. CCE is an organization working to answer the question at its heart:
"How can we prepare our children to make the transition from home to school to career?"
The answer? Start at the beginning.