Paula Gonzalez and Arturo Aguilar began Kids’ World School in 1991 as a K-5 school with 11 students. By the following year, the student body had already doubled. The purpose was, and continues to be, to have a school which not only provides a safe, family environment, but also allows a child to thrive while not getting left behind in his or her studies.
With the experience she gained in running her family day care (1986 to present) Paula was very aware that some children need more attention than others. With this in mind she developed the school’s individualized curriculum for K-12 in order to meet each child’s needs. Included in the delivery is the necessary amount of one-on-one personal attention with each student, ensuring success with his education.
In 2007 the school expanded, moving to larger quarters and adding the Cornerstone Academy which would now deliver grades 6 – 12.
Through the years the school has formed a well-rounded curriculum, including art, music, dance, culinary arts and an expanded science program that encompasses biology, physics and chemistry classes.