The private Middle School program in Pensacola, FL has an interdisciplinary and real-world related curriculum that is designed to provide a strong academic bridge to high school. In our student-centered environment, we allow significant time for each individual to work alone and to participate in cooperative groups.
The program includes algebra, geometry, grammar, literature, speech, social studies, economics, physical science, life sciences, physical and health education, computer literacy, Spanish and other elective courses.
Students take part in working internships both in a Montessori classroom and a community business. Adventure trips and service projects augment an academic environment which engages students and fosters the development of character, communication, involvement, and commitment. Learning occurs in an inquisitive, cooperative and nurturing climate.
Past internships at community businesses have included:
- Circuit Judge’s Office
- Night Vision Goggle Lab at Whiting Field
- Andrews Institute of Medicine
- Studer Institute
- School Day: 8:00–3:15
- Extended Care: 7:00–5:30
- Early dismissal 2:15 on Fridays