Spirit Play (Kindergarten – Grade 3) Our youngest learners receive Montessori-style instruction on the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism through play, stories, songs, and arts and crafts activities.

Spirit Play students with teacher Amy Schwabauer

Tools and Adventures for UU Kids (Grades 4 & 5) Older kids are invited into a classroom full of curiosity and exploration as they learn tools, go on adventures and learn the fundamental questions that inform how UUs see the world.

Middle School (Grades 6 & 7) In a time of profound change and new experiences for young people, our middle school classroom is meant to be a community of friends and a group setting in which all the new things (and new ways) our youth are learning can be brought into conversation with their UU community.

Coming of Age (Grade 8) The centerpiece of our entire youth religious education program, Coming of Age, is a time for our young people to synthesize what they’ve learned with their own experience. Students bridge to their adult lives by confirming what they themselves believe about who they are, who God is, and how they will try and live in the world.

High School (Grades 9 – 12) As students and leaders among their peers, our high school youth are invited to take a controlling role in their high school curriculum and activities. Every year the youth set the tone for the year that they will have.