A DAY IN THE LIFE

Of An Upper School Student

Arrival

8:15 AM

Homeroom

Student does an executive functioning check-in with advisor.  Prep then participates in a variety of possible activities from current event discussion, to planning prep activities and/or trips, to socializing before beginning of daily schedule. 

Morning Classes

For example:

  • English Literature group class – e.g. Weapons of Satire

  • Study Hall (once per day)

  • Pre-Calculus group class  

  • A Movement Class: For example: Capoeria or Sport Skills 

Lunch

a combination of age groups.  Starting in grade 7, children have the option for out lunch with supervision (and parent permission), and, from grade 9 on, students can participate in unsupervised out lunch with permission of parent, and approval of teachers.

1 : 1 Session with Chemistry Teacher

Any of the following

  • Art Studio Class or Elective such as woodworking, drama, makerspace or other choices - all in groups.

  • Language: Latin for example (students start to take a foreign language in Grade 6 and continue through High School)

Economics Group Class

Any of the following

  • Art Studio Class or Elective such as woodworking, drama, makerspace or other choices - all in groups.

  • Language: Latin for example (students start to take a foreign language in Grade 6 and continue through High School)

Dismissal

3:15 PM

Optional after school activities include...

Math Olympiad, Future Problem Solving, or Model UN Delegation

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