Le Jardin Academy feels like a community, where everyone is treated like family, and opportunities stretch as far as students can imagine it.

“Our responsibility is to empower our students to take charge of their own learning so they are prepared to go out and make our world a better place,” says Head of School D.J. Condon, whose 33-year career in education includes teaching and leadership experience in Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Myanmar, the Netherlands and the U.S. mainland.

Students are encouraged to be curious and are supported to lead balanced lives by teachers trained in their fields — whether it’s early childhood education or Mandarin Chinese — and love teaching it. Students are empowered to explore, to appreciate the arts, and to care for the environment and each other.

Le Jardin Academy is proud to be a school that empowers students to be upstanding global citizens.

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Summer Robello
Junior School teacher

Le Jardin Academy really supports the whole child and their family. It's definitely that feeling of ohana.