Our Middle & Senior School programs are designed to allow our learners to develop into confident young adults, well prepared for college/university entrance and success. There are six broad objectives that we believe in for the Middle and Senior Section programs:
Critical and Creative Thinking: Learners will learn to question, interpret, and discriminate in order to develop logical, imaginative thinking. They learn to explore, analyze and evaluate information, use it in problem solving, and then be challenged to articulate, revise, and defend their thinking.
Communication: Learners will learn to listen, speak, read, write and interpret effectively as individuals and as members of cooperative groups. They become aware of how culture, art, music, dance, drama and sports serve as vehicles for self-expression in extending communication.
Technology Integration: Learners will develop an appreciation for the value, as well as the limitations of technology. They will learn to evaluate the environmental, cultural, and social impact of technological changes.
Personal and Social Values: Learners will develop personal skills including goal-setting, self-discipline, self-motivation, organization, and time management which contribute to a healthy self-esteem. In addition, learners are expected to extend consciousness beyond self in order to develop a healthy social value system based upon respect for others.