Junior High may be a crossroad for many students. It’s typically the grade when students’ self-awareness surfaces. Friendships become front and center and the impulse of ignoring school responsibility increases. Feelings of failure may emerge as they transition from elementary work to more challenging assignments. Needless to say it’s an unpredictable, delicate time for students as they learn to adjust to the new world of being a teenager.

However, the experience does not have to be a dead-end road; and affording your child three solid years of supportive learning during Middle School shouldn’t be unrealistic. With the right school and caring educators, your child can establish effective and consistent study habits.

Our Middle School teachers frequently communicate regarding student achievements, behavior, and conduct. We’ve learned that this extra exchange of information communicates to our students that we care. Parents are also assured that their child is receiving the extra attention they deserve.