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Our Approach

Located in the Triangle area of North Carolina, Asher Day School is a private school that offers an enriching blend of project-based and social-emotional learning to children in K-8. Our curriculum emphasizes a hands-on, project-based approach, stirring exploration, curiosity, and discovery across STEAM disciplines in an interconnected manner.

Enriching Curriculum

At Asher Day School, we believe in providing an enriching curriculum that fosters a positive and balanced learning environment. Our approach focuses on project-based learning, encouraging students to explore and discover their passions across various subjects.

Supportive Environment

In contrast to conventional schools, we champion a supportive setting that promotes intellectual growth and appreciates individual talents. We strive to minimize unnecessary stress and cater to each student's unique learning style, sensory needs, and strengths.

Preparation for Success

Asher Day School aims to transform the primary school years into a joyful and enriching journey. Our goal is to prepare students to thrive and pursue their passions, equipping them with the skills and knowledge necessary for future success.

What Makes Us Different?

At Asher Day, every educator and administrator must be empathic as well as a committed supporter of neurodiversity.  Our educators will always encourage our students to be their authentic selves without having to conform to rigid social norms.  We will aspire to make school a safe and welcoming hub of discovery where our students are free to express themselves in an environment of mutual respect and camaraderie.  Each student will be met at their respective level, allowing us to focus on their strengths while providing support in areas for growth.  Social and emotional learning (SEL) and practical life skills will be integrated into the program so that our students can realize their goals and ambitions.


Another component that makes us different is our commitment to professional development in areas of giftedness, autism and neurodiversity, and project-based learning.  Funds will be dedicated to professional development so that our staff is always bettering itself to serve our population.

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