GOVERNANCE
The name Marie-Claire is associated with first-class educational facilities that service children at the pre-school, kindergarten and primary level education. Knowledge of childhood developmental theory coupled with an enriched bilingual curriculum as well as the presence of the BEST educational professionals, enables the students enables the students to reach their full potential.

Governance at Academie Marie-Claire is established at the level of the Board Members, 2) School Committees, 3) Parent Advisory Committee, and 4) the student body.

1) Academie Board Members
The board members ensure that the policies of the Academie are consonant with its philosophy and its mission.

2) School Committees
Through the various school committees, administrative, instructional, parent, among others, pertinent issues are introduced, discussed and reviewed leading to decisions that impact on improving the standards and quality of service provided to our target population as well as benefit the broader community.

3) Parent Involvement
The Parent Advisory Committee is a school based initiative that provides an opportunity for parents to enter into a partnership with the school for the purpose of improving the academic performance, ameliorating the social interaction and enhancing the emotional well-being of students.

Members of the Parent Advisory Committee play a consultative role in helping the Academie excel in meeting its goals and objectives.

Ultimately, the Parent Advisory Committee has as its main purpose the objective of promoting positive, working relationships between, and among, students, staff and the wider community.

FACULTY
The range and depth of expertise reflected in the personnel housed at Academie Marie-Claire is as extensive as is the diversity of its staff. Extensive search lead to recruitment of staff members dedicated to building young leaders who will help shape the future. Each staff member, regardless of his/her position has a role in creating and sustaining a culture of academic excellence and social responsibility.

Academie Marie-Claire adheres to the purposes of basic, traditional educational programs: instilling a love for learning, developing comprehensive language skills; nurturing an appreciation for the sciences and the Arts; gaining appreciation for sports and athletics. These are nurtured daily in a warm, secure and safe environment at Academie Marie-Claire.

Students at Academie Marie-Claire are encouraged to be creative, to think critically, and to express their ideas and thoughts feely. The diversity of the student population and staff promotes team work and builds a cooperative spirit where personal responsibility for one’s actions is required.

Awareness of issues beyond the walls of the Academie are introduced, discussed and debated. Self-reliance and independence as well as a collective impact on the community at large are promoted. Thus, life-long learning skills having wide social implications are fostered. The intent is always to “Aim Further, Aim Higher” so that the Academie cultivates future leaders sensitive to the needs of others – leaders whose ultimate purpose is to improve society and give life a purpose larger than oneself.

Academie Marie-Claire adheres to the purposes of basic, traditional educational programs: instilling a love for learning, developing comprehensive language skills; nurturing an appreciation for the sciences and the Arts; gaining appreciation for sports and athletics. These are nurtured daily in a warm, secure and safe environment at Academie Marie-Claire.

Students at Academie Marie-Claire are encouraged to be creative, to think critically, and to express their ideas and thoughts feely. The diversity of the student population and staff promotes team work and builds a cooperative spirit where personal responsibility for one’s actions is required.

Awareness of issues beyond the walls of the Academie are introduced, discussed and debated. Self-reliance and independence as well as a collective impact on the community at large are promoted. Thus, life-long learning skills having wide social implications are fostered. The intent is always to “Aim Further, Aim Higher” so that the Academie cultivates future leaders sensitive to the needs of others – leaders whose ultimate purpose is to improve society and give life a purpose larger than oneself.