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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Students in grades 6-8 attend classes at the San Marino campus, where they can progress at their own pace in a personalized, challenging curriculum. Classes are grouped by achievement rather than grade level, and are limited to 8-12 boys and girls. The curriculum includes:

  • Reading and Language Arts
    Daily work in grammar, spelling, reading, speech, and writing. The journalism class produces a middle school newspaper using desktop publishing.

  • History and Geography
    Survey of United States history, alternating with world geography. Extensive written and visual projects help strengthen concepts.

  • Mathematics
    Individualized work in modern Math principles. Advanced students take Algebra I.

  • Science
    Two-year cycle alternating life and physical sciences. Text and lab work included.

  • Technology
    Hands-on computer skills including word-processing and Internet search.

  • Physical Education
    Daily class taught by specialists, building individual and team skills. Student athletes are encouraged to join junior varsity teams.

  • Art and Music
    Various creative experiences in multi-media projects and in choral and instrumental music, taught by specialists in each field.

Middle School students travel to the Beaver Creek Ranch Campus for the last week of April. 

For more information, please download our General Catalog.