Inquiry-based learning teaches children that their questions and interests are valued.
Many Middle School traditions derive from the Beyond-the-Campus educational program that involves students in outdoor challenges and experiences.
These carefully planned programs are, appropriate for this age group, experiential, and help reinforce socialization and team-building skills- critical components of a well-rounded middle school education.
In the Upper School, academic traditions, such as the Tenth Grade Sophomore Project, and the Extended Essay or Senior Thesis, create many unforgettable memories that classmates savor throughout the years.
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