Announcement for 2013-14
A new course, math 6 honors, will be added to the middle school program of studies in the 2013-14 school year. Math 6 honors is a faster-paced, more in-depth study of math 6 and will prepare students for the rigors of accelerated courses in the future. 
Students are challenged academically through a range of honors level programming. Beginning in grade 7, there is an honors level for English and math.
There are many enrichment opportunities available to students at all levels. There are many clubs at the secondary level which can be accessed by going to the middle or high school web pages, then selecting the link for "Clubs" under "School Links." In addition, there are many extension activities that are shared with students on daily announcements and in the guidance offices.
NEW - Math 6 honors
Q.U.E.S.T (Question, Understand, Experiment, Share, Think)
This one day a week, "pull-out" program is for Gifted and Talented students in fourth and fifth grade. Students in Q.U.E.S.T. work on thematic units of instruction designed to supplement and elaborate on the general curriculum. The goal of the program is to provide students with the opportunity to meet and exceed challenging learning standards in an interactive and hands-on classroom environment. All parents in grades 3 and 4 will be notified annually about this offering and informed on the criteria needed to qualify for the program.
More information can be found on the QUEST Web page.
The goal of this program is to provide a challenging and rigorous humanities curriculum for highly able students in sixth grade, designed to strengthen critical thinking skills and nurture creative thought using a Socratic Seminar approach and inquiry model of instruction. Click here for more information.