Grades 6, 7, & 8 Curriculum

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The academic core of the Grades 6 to 8 program consists of humanities, a multiyear sequence that integrates the study of ancient civilization in Greece and Rome, American history and English; mathematics; science; and Spanish.

Special-subject classes include religion, health, service learning, study skills, programming, art, and music. Middle school students are assigned to advisory groups, typically eight to ten students, that meet regularly during the week, with advisors serving as the principal liaison between school and home.

Learn more about the Upper School curriculum. (PDF)