In Middle School, teachers use a balance of structure and freedom to nurture self-sufficiency and independence. Students in the Middle School benefit from a smaller average class size, and are each involved in an advisory system that enables them to receive individual guidance and support. We strive to promote the personal qualities that make each student unique, as well as to develop responsible global citizens and effective future leaders.
The academic expectations in the Middle School are challenging, with an emphasis on exposure to broad artistic, cultural, and social experiences. Students take core academic classes in humanities, S.T.E.M., and Spanish. In addition to these core classes, students are exposed to various forms of fine arts, outdoor education, and technology.
Students in the Middle School benefit from an average class size of 14 where we strive to promote the personal qualities that make each individual student unique, as well as to develop responsible global citizens and effective future leaders.
My daughter loves to go to school. She wants to be there all week, even the summer. To me, that says CCS is doing something right. Is she learning? You bet! She reads 2-3 grade levels above her own, enjoys the Outdoor Education Class, loves taking drama, has been learning Spanish since kindergarten, etc.... etc! Is it right for your child? Come to an open house!Parent of Middle School Student
Ryan Cook, Middle and Upper School (5th-12th) Principal
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