Middle School Curriculum

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The 2014-15 Curriculum Guide is available here

The programs offered in middle school begin to take on a more demanding pace for which the faculty works to prepare students. Higher concepts in each subject are introduced by faculty specializing in that subject. All subjects are sequential to become more in-depth with progressive grade levels.

Study halls are used to teach students how to work independently. Faculty members make themselves available to help students during the daily “Zero Hour,” a half-hour period before formal classes begin when concerns may be addressed on a one-to-one basis.

Below is a typical Middle School Program of Study:

Grade 6 Required:
Algebra Foundations I or Algebra Foundations II
World Geography and Cultures 6
Life Science and Health  6
Humanities
Enrichment 6
Physical Education

Grade 7 Required:
English 7
Algebra Foundations II (7th grade) or Algebra Foundations III
United States History 7 
Earth Science 7
Physical Education
Electives (2) (May include foreign language)

Grade 8 Required:
English 8
Algebra Foundations III or Algebra I
U.S. Government and Economics 8 
Physical Science 8
Physical Education
Electives (2) (May include foreign language)

Upper School

(Grades 9-12)
San Jose Campus
7400 San Jose Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32217
(904) 733-9292

Middle School

(Grades 6-8)
Bartram Campus
2264 Bartram Road
Jacksonville, FL 32207
(904) 724-8850

Lower School

(Grades PreK-5)
Ponte Vedra Beach Campus
200 ATP Tour Boulevard
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
(904) 285-4658

Lower School

(Grades PreK-5)
Whitehurst Campus
7400 San Jose Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32217
(904) 733-9292