In seventh grade, students are assigned to classroom cohorts with base teachers who specialize in Language Arts/Social Studies and Math/Science. In eighth grade, students rotate through classes with various specialized teachers. Seventh and eighth grade students have physical education daily and select one elective such as theatre arts, band, visual arts, foreign language, etc.
Students participate in “History Alive” American History Series, Literacy in History & Social Studies, iCivics for Social Studies, Lucy Calkins writing units of study, Biological Sciences through the Prentice Hall Curriculum, Algebra and pre-algebraic mathematics, and Elements of Literature, reading informational text, comprehending functional text, etc. Various clubs are offered year-round and competitive sports are offered seasonally. Honors placement and NJHS are available also in grades 7 and 8.
EDUPRIZE middle school students are taught to be students of character. We offer an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in our High School and our students are learning to become “Thinkers, Problem Solvers, Reflective, Balanced, Risk Takers, Principled, Communicators, Open Minded, and Caring Inquirers.”
Competitive sports programs are offered seasonally and clubs such as Chess Club, robotics, theatre, band, and visual arts help to round out the educational experience for interested participants.