A challenging academic program intentionally engages students' curiosity to support their growth as thinkers.
Students develop their intellectual independence by learning how to learn and how to take responsibility for their learning.
Experiential learning helps students make connections—both personal and across disciplines.
A school-wide focus on developing positive social/emotional skills is essential to students understanding themselves and succeeding as learners.
Service to school, community and others fosters students' learning and emerging sense of social awareness.

 

 

Learning at the Middle School

 

 

By engaging students’ intellectual curiosity and enthusiasm for learning in an innovative, engaging, and challenging academic program, faculty help students to become self-reliant learners who strive for academic excellence. A school-wide focus on developing positive social and emotional skills is essential to students understanding themselves and to their success as learners. Browse the Middle School Curriculum below. 

 

Download the Middle School Curriculum Guide

 

 

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of Middle School students engage with the world through an unparalleled assembly program.


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of Middle School students go on an annual overnight trip with their grade level to build community.

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of students in grade 4 visit Ellis Island to research a family's primary-source immigration records.

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of students in grade 6 commit to a community engagement project through grade 8.

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of students in grade 8 design and conduct an independent scientific research experiment.