Upper School Classroom

Academics

In each of our three divisions, Lower (K-5), Middle (6-8) and Upper (9-12), we have created a developmentally appropriate program that is challenging, inspires a love of learning, and augments the many academic and interpersonal strengths our diverse student body bring to class each day.



Lower School


The Lower School program provides a strong foundation of concepts and skills in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, science, art, foreign language, library, music, physical education, and technology in a supportive environment. Teachers integrate hands-on activities, simulations, field trips, service learning, and multimedia projects with the academic program. Basic skills are taught in a sequential scheme that progresses within the grade level and across the six year plan.

Middle and Upper School

Upper School Classroom

In Middle and Upper School, students continue to gain skills and knowledge in all of the core academic areas of English, history, science, math and world language (French, Latin, Spanish and Chinese), and have the opportunity to explore new areas in visual and performing arts, computer science, and other electives such as debate. Students at each grade level work with passionate teachers to gain knowledge and to expand their critical thinking through research projects, lab experiments and hands-on activities. Whether students are building their own “Rube-Goldberg” maze in science or conducting a personal interview for the “I-Search,” they are using their intellectual and interpersonal skills to grow into compassionate global citizens.

 

 

 
After-School Program

 

After-School Program

The After-School Program is available for Lower and Middle School students until 6:00 pm each day that school is in session. Kindergarten tuition includes the After-School Program between 2:00–3:00 pm each day.

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College Counseling Office

 

College Counseling Office

The College Counseling team works closely with students and families, getting to know them as unique individuals, with the goal of seeing each student matriculate to a school at which they can thrive based on their specific abilities, personalities, needs, and aspirations.

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