GRADES 7 TO 12
Entry into high school is a new beginning: it opens opportunities to internalize decision-making skills, consider programming options, allow teachers and students to broaden and deepen their teaching and learning experiences, and prepare students to think about their future. The possibility of Advanced Placement course preparation also becomes a consideration at this time.
As students continue their transition from elementary to high school, understanding how to successfully balance academic, co-curricular and outside demands is a natural part of their transition. The school positively influences our students to formalize skills and develop habits that prepare them to accept the unknown without allowing it to pre-occupy their actions and thoughts.
The senior high years are an opportunity for young adolescents to build upon the solid foundation they received in grades 7 and 8, with students in grades 9 to 12 studying a number of compulsory and elective courses in both General and Judaic Studies.