• Who is Rosemont Lower?

    We are a diverse PreK4 through 2nd Grade, Dual Language and Early Childhood community tucked away in Oak Cliff. Our school motto is, “educating every student, every day!” We live and breathe our motto by providing a safe, welcoming environment for all families and differentiating instruction to meet the needs of every student. Rosemont is proud of its reputation for building positive relationships with students by exemplifying empathy, respect, and high expectations. 


    Instructional Highlights

    Rosemont Lower offers two different tracks for all students to learn the Spanish language. The Dual Language, Spanish immersion model, and Foreign Language in Elementary School (FLES) classes for general education students. The FLES program offers 135 minutes per week of conversational Spanish connected to a themed curriculum. This program allows for non-native speakers to participate and cultivate a deeper appreciation for being bilingual, biliterate, and bicultural. It also provides the skills needed for general education students to participate in the dual language courses offered at Rosemont Upper.

    As part of our commitment to the whole child, we also believe in the social and emotional well-being of all students. Students begin each day with a social-emotional lesson and use mindfulness practices to help process emotions. Additionally, the fine arts program at Rosemont incorporates the study of dance, music, and the visual arts to empower students to explore realities, relationships, and ideas. We leverage our theater arts partnership with the Dallas Children's Theater to equip students with tools through fine arts that enhance their physical, emotional, and mental well-being. 


    Campus Spotlights

    Rosemont takes pride in our community partnerships and parental involvement. The campus works with families, local businesses, non-profit organizations, and other schools on various initiatives and projects. There is a thirty-year partnership with Dallas Children’s Theater that brings a teaching artist into the classroom to provide instruction related to live production.

    Our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and Rosemont Dad’s Club host community events on campus, such as the annual Boo Bash, Family Movie Night, and Holiday Hayride which are open to all families in the neighborhood. Although the students benefit significantly from different partnerships, they also give back to the community. In particular, students hold a canned food drive each Thanksgiving season and donate to the local food bank