CHARACTER • INTEGRITY • WISDOM

 

HISTORY

Miss Mae Carden developed the Carden Method in the late 1930s and early 1940s in response to what she felt was a deteriorating academic curriculum and a turning away from the teaching of traditional American values in public schools. Miss Carden eventually formed the Carden Educational Foundation to promote the Carden Method on a national scale, to support teacher training, and to provide Carden curricular materials to Carden schools. Today, there are approximately 100 Carden schools throughout the United States with recent expansion to other countries around the world.

 

Miss Saralena Sherman opened the doors of Carden School of Fresno in 1963 using the principles set forth by Miss Carden. The school was incorporated in 1999 as a nonprofit organization governed by a parent-elected Board of Directors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CARDEN SCHOOL OF FRESNO

6901 N. MAPLE AVENUE FRESNO, CA 93704

TEL: (559) 323-0126    I    FAX:(559) 323-0980

office@cardenschooloffresno.com

CARDEN SCHOOL OF FRESNO

CHARACTER • INTEGRITY • WISDOM

office@cardenschooloffresno.com

© CSOF 2016; all rights reserved

CARDEN SCHOOL OF FRESNO

6901 N. MAPLE AVENUE

FRESNO, CA 93704

TEL: (559) 323-0126

                 FAX:(559) 323-0980

CHARACTER • INTEGRITY • WISDOM

 

HISTORY

Miss Mae Carden developed the Carden Method in the late 1930s and early 1940s in response to what she felt was a deteriorating academic curriculum and a turning away from the teaching of traditional American values in public schools. Miss Carden eventually formed the Carden Educational Foundation to promote the Carden Method on a national scale, to support teacher training, and to provide Carden curricular materials to Carden schools. Today, there are approximately 100 Carden schools throughout the United States with recent expansion to other countries around the world.

 

Miss Saralena Sherman opened the doors of Carden School of Fresno in 1963 using the principles set forth by Miss Carden. The school was incorporated in 1999 as a nonprofit organization governed by a parent-elected Board of Directors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6901 N. MAPLE AVENUE FRESNO, CA 93704

TEL: (559) 323-0126    I    FAX:(559) 323-0980

 

office@cardenschooloffresno.com

 

© CSOF 2016; all rights reserved

CHARACTER • INTEGRITY • WISDOM

CHARACTER • INTEGRITY • WISDOM

Miss Mae Carden developed the Carden Method in the late 1930s and early 1940s in response to what she felt was a deteriorating academic curriculum and a turning away from the teaching of traditional American values in public schools. Miss Carden eventually formed the Carden Educational Foundation to promote the Carden Method on a national scale, to support teacher training, and to provide Carden curricular materials to Carden schools. Today, there are approximately 100 Carden schools throughout the United States with recent expansion to other countries around the world.

 

Miss Saralena Sherman opened the doors of Carden School of Fresno in 1963 using the principles set forth by Miss Carden. The school was incorporated in 1999 as a nonprofit organization governed by a parent-elected Board of Directors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HISTORY

6901 N. MAPLE AVE. FRESNO, CA 93710

TEL: (559) 323-0126 l  FAX:  (559) 323-0980

office@cardenschooloffresno.com

 

©CSOF 2016, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

CHARACTER • INTEGRITY • WISDOM

Miss Mae Carden developed the Carden Method in the late 1930s and early 1940s in response to what she felt was a deteriorating academic curriculum and a turning away from the teaching of traditional American values in public schools. Miss Carden eventually formed the Carden Educational Foundation to promote the Carden Method on a national scale, to support teacher training, and to provide Carden curricular materials to Carden schools. Today, there are approximately 100 Carden schools throughout the United States with recent expansion to other countries around the world.

 

Miss Saralena Sherman opened the doors of Carden School of Fresno in 1963 using the principles set forth by Miss Carden. The school was incorporated in 1999 as a nonprofit organization governed by a parent-elected Board of Directors.

HISTORY

6901 N. MAPLE AVE. FRESNO, CA 93710

TEL: (559) 323-0126 l  FAX:  (559) 323-0980

office@cardenschooloffresno.com