Secondary students are learners-in-transition.  Our curriculum builds on the academic skills and knowledge they had acquired in the primary grades.  Our small student-teacher ratio provides many opportunities for collaborative work and project-based learning.  We have homeroom advisers, subject teachers, and learning specialists to help students gain self-knowledge of their strengths, learning styles, interests, and passions to better discover their role and purpose in life.


  • communicate with confidence
  • write well
  • bring an interdisciplinary approach to learning
  • work well in groups, as both leaders and collaborators
  • appreciate differences in perspective and experience
  • ask insightful questions.
  • bring strategies for organization and self-discipline
  • manage stress with a healthy perspective
  • show respect for peers and teachers
  • show emotional maturity
  • advocate for social and moral issues