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  • Carden Hall Alumni Spotlight: Matthew Kernan

    Our best wishes go to Carden Hall alum Matthew Kernan (’09) who will begin his ascent of Mt. Everest this weekend.  Matthew kindly took a few minutes away from training and last-minute preparations to answer some questions about his time at Carden Hall.    “Several years ago, I fell in love with climbing during an…

  • Carden Hall OCSEF Nominees

    Orange County Science and Engineering Fair Nominees We are pleased to announce that seven of our eighth graders are nominees for the Orange County Science and Engineering Fair (OCSEF). The judging will take place this Wednesday (3/14). Our students have been working very hard on their research. Here is a preview of the students’ entries…

  • Teacher Q&A

    Enter any of Carden Hall’s classrooms and you will find one of our wonderful teachers, inspiring his or her students to love what they are learning. Our teachers receive extensive training, both before they begin teaching and throughout each year. They are the school’s backbone, and we are so grateful for their daily hard work…

  • Catalina Science Camp 

    Carden Hall is situated on four beautiful acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean. We are committed not only to teaching our students about the life sciences in general but, also, specifically about ecology, oceanography, and marine biology along the Southern California coast. This fall our seventh graders traveled to Catalina Island for a science camp. Held at…

  • Buddies Program

    Being a student at Carden Hall means being part of a wonderful community, one where our students interact not only with their classmates and teachers, but also with students from other grades. This inspires and encourages younger students and allows older students to practice leading and encouraging. One of our favorite ways to introduce kindergarteners…

  • The First Week of School at Carden Hall

    “Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm.” – Samuel Taylor Coleridge What a wonderful first week it was! You could feel the excitement and anticipation among teachers, students, and parents alike as they welcomed new faces and greeted familiar ones. We are very excited for this new year of wonder, learning, and growth! On the first…

  • Of Wonders Wild and New: The Poster Parade

    Creativity, enthusiasm, and a bit of whimsical madness circled the grass last week in the form of the Sixth Grade Poster Parade. The sixth graders had worked for weeks crafting posters with scenes from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Both books have been part…

  • What Are Your Children Doing This Summer?

    For children, the stretch of summer months suggests freedom and play. They long for the time and space to celebrate the joys of youth. And they need summer. According to a recent American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) report, “Play allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, and physical, cognitive, and emotional…

  • The Benefits of Music in a School Setting

    Carden Hall believes that music enhances child development, improves social skills, adds joy and variety to learning, and benefits children of all ages. In addition, music helps to strengthen memory skills. Daily singing builds a love of music and the joys of song. Our students perform musical numbers at every assembly, including special, themed grade…

  • The Importance of STEM In A Child’s Education

    STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. A STEM education is extremely important for children at a young age because it helps to foster critical thinking, to increase science literacy, and to provide children with the skills necessary for the next generation of innovators. At Carden Hall all students in Pre-K through fourth grades…

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