Junior Kindergarten


Middle School

Welcome to Carden School of Fresno!

Welcome to Carden School of Fresno, your neighborhood’s outstanding secular private school for students from Jr. Kindergarten to eighth grade. Here, we actively nurture an exciting learning atmosphere where creativity blossoms, and a lifelong love for learning grows. As the sole school in Fresno County to implement the esteemed Carden Method, we are guided by Mae Carden’s profound words: “Education is not a preparation for life; education is life itself.” This proven teaching system fosters understanding, critical thinking, and academic excellence, instilling a lifelong love for learning in every student.

We are fully dedicated to nurturing the academic and personal growth of every student, ensuring they build a strong foundation that leads to a bright future. Our team of dedicated educators works tirelessly to inspire and empower students to achieve their fullest potential.

Join us on this extraordinary educational adventure, where we celebrate individuality and encourage a passion for discovery. At Carden School of Fresno, we value every student and cherish every achievement.

Experience the essence of education with us, as we guide students towards greatness. Enroll your child today and join our vibrant community that embraces excellence as a way of life, not just a word.

Discover the joy of learning and unleash your child’s potential at Carden School of Fresno, where knowledge knows no bounds. Together, let’s shape a brighter tomorrow through the power of education.

Committed to Educating the Next Generation

Students at Carden School of Fresno, CA

A love of learning

Wealth of knowledge

Fresno Youth Service Day by Carden School of Fresno

Emotional security

An alert attitude of mind

Students doing School Activities at Carden School of Fresno, CA

Self-reliance and self-confidence

Good study habits

Graduates at Carden School of Fresno, CA

Mastery of techniques and skills


“The purpose of education is to teach individuals to think and to develop good judgment.”

— Mae Carden