During the Middle school years, students develop an understanding of their own approaches to learning, independence in the subject-specific objectives and assessment practices, and an appreciation of service and action. These experiences deepen their understanding of the concepts embedded in the teaching methodology and what it means to be an internationally minded member of our global community.
This student-centered classes both embraces and transcends traditional school subjects by helping students see the connections between the academic disciplines. The approach remains inquiry-based and student-led. The approach to education has been designed as a coherent and comprehensive curriculum framework that provides academic challenge and develops the life skills of students from the ages of 11 to 16.
It focuses on the student’s intellectual and social development along with teaching an understanding of the student’s own history and global awareness in each subject area. It encourages students to make practical connections between their studies and the real world, preparing them for success in further study and in life.