In the Upper School (grades 9-12), we believe in providing a supportive environment which serves the needs of the whole student while providing a rigorous educational program.
Through a project-based, student-centered learning environment, students are given opportunities to develop their interpersonal skills while connecting content knowledge with real-world applications. The academic curriculum prepares students for the challenges they will face after high school, and readies them for college and beyond.
As students grow and learn, our Advisory Program facilitates communication between home and school and provides students with individual guidance and support. This program also supports students through their community-service learning projects, promoting the personal qualities and soft skills that are necessary to develop responsible citizens and effective future leaders.
Athletic opportunities, on-stage performances, and academic competitions allow students to express aspects of their talents and passions. The Jobs Program allows students to cultivate their leadership and cooperation skills, while the Oaks to Acorns mentorship program provides our upper school students the opportunity to model cooperation skills to the younger students on campus.