The curriculum and the environment of the Middle School are designed to facilitate the academic, aesthetic, physical, and social growth of students within a structured and caring framework.
Our goal is to teach students to question, to encourage students to consider alternatives to stereotyped patterns of thinking, to pursue independent research on thought-provoking issues, and to make rational judgments.
Academically, students are expected to master basic skills and content, to become more inquisitive and analytical, to develop research and technology skills, and to organize and present what they learn in verbal, written, and digital forms.
Socially, students are expected to become more tolerant and understanding of others, to gain greater respect for themselves and for others, and to participate in the community.
For more information about the Middle School course of study, please refer to the Middle School Academic Program.