the World Your Classroom
Preschoolers bubbling with new ideas and articulating thoughtful questions; learning to read and write at a level that is a year or more ahead of friends and neighbors at other schools; boys and girls of all ages speaking in front of the entire school during morning assembly in the Big Hall. At Auxilium, your child simply learns more - more about their world and more about themselves.
Thanks to expert teachers who engage them, exciting classrooms that enable them, and a dynamic curriculum that encourages them to explore what really makes them them, Auxilium inspires children from the earliest ages to believe they are capable of anything. Here, we see your child's blossoming self-confidence and stoke their young imagination.
With a one-of-a-kind campus encompassing 30 acres of trees, trails, ponds, and picturesque countryside, Auxilium makes the world your child's classroom. Incorporating outdoor and experiential education into the school day as often as Mother Nature allows, your child lives learning here, opening his or her mind in a way that textbooks and technology never can.
in Elementary School
a School That Truly Knows You.
Our graduates consistently thrive in Kindergarten at area public and private elementary schools. Once there - imaginative, independent, empathetic, and academically sound - Auxilium boys and girls are successful students in the classroom and well-rounded kids beyond it.
The continuity of the Auxilium experience - from our Juniors Program through our Preschool Programs - empowers our teachers and staff to truly know your family and your child, so that day-to-day and year-to-year, we can continuously calibrate his or her cognitive and emotional development during this critical phase in their life.
a Better Human Being
Led by the Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco who dedicate their lives to educating young people, Auxilium gently but methodically embeds Christian values into your child's heart until acting with loving kindness is second nature. Ultimately, long after they leave Auxilium, your child will make better life decisions because of the sacrifices your family made to enroll them here.