Middle School is a complex time in children’s lives as they transition socially, developmentally and academically into young adulthood. St. George’s has designed an academically challenging curriculum that focuses on the individual child. Students learn content, develop study skills and gain confidence as they mature into young adults and prepare for high school.
Students learn content, develop study skills and gain confidence as they mature into young adults and prepare for high school.
- Children have the opportunity to participate in smaller classes grouped by ability and in larger classes. Participation in a range of class structures prepares students for high school.
- Classes in language arts and math are divided by ability and learning style in each grade level.
- High school credit can be earned via eighth grade world language and math courses.
- Students are supported by a robust advisory program in which they talk about identity, relationships and real-world skills.
- Students receive individualized instruction through a wide range of Talented and Gifted programming and support provided by our Resource Services program.